Fix The Country Like You Told Atta Mills While In Opposition – KSM Fires Akufo-Addo

Popular Ghanaian television presenter, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM), has called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to resolve the issues facing the country during an interview on TV XYZ with Agyeman Prempeh.

According to KSM, during several interviews and rallies prior to the 2008 elections, Akufo-Addo, who was the then leader of the opposition NPP, called out the Atta Mills government for not doing enough to fix the economy and the country, and now that he’s in charge of the country, he has to solve the challenges facing citizens as he said to the president at the time when he was in opposition.

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Yes, he told Mills that ‘fix the economy, so it’s not anything new. Why are we Ghanaians pretending that we haven’t heard of this before? Nana Addo was the first to say it. He told Mills that there was hardship in the country, so fix it,” he said.

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In other news, Supreme Court has quashed the High Court injunction on the #FixtheCountry protest.

Recalled Conveners of the social media protest dubbed #FixTheCountry were set to hit the street on May 9, 2021, but the police secured an injunction from the High Court against it.

Organizers of the Fix The Country protesters wrote to the police to notify them of their intention to storm the streets of Accra on May 9 in demand of an end to the excruciating hardships in the country, however, the police quickly secured an ex parte injunction against the massive demonstration.

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The leaders of the awaiting demonstration filed an application at the Supreme Court seeking to set aside the order of the High Court, and the Supreme Court’s ruling today, Tuesday, June 8, 2021, paves the way for the organizers to go ahead with the demonstration.