Astute radio personality, Kwame ‘the Chairman General’ Kayi has fired salvos at the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the feeble counteracts they have been hurling at the ‘fix the country’ campaigners.
The morning show expert said the rebuttal by functionaries of the NPP who are rather asking Ghanaians to ‘fix themselves’ is nonsense because the points the people are championing which underline the movement are legit.
The former Ghanaian actor who also doubles as an MC believes the government must offer a listening ear to the people and stop responding to everything which he called ‘nonsense’.
“Must you respond to everything? Because what these #fixit people are saying is all true, so if they have made them their minds to escalate it and take action on it, you just have to pay a good listening ear to it. But you don’t respond with nonsense,” he was quoted by peacefmonline.
The #Fixthecountry is a political movement designed to put pressure on the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) under the stewardship of Nana Akufo Addo. The campaigners want the government to bring the country back on track following the worsening economic conditions and decline in the living standards of the citizens.
A lot of celebs have joined the train as pressure mounts on the government each day to alleviate the suffering of the masses. On that wavelength, Sarkodie who bashed the Mills and Mahama’s administration when they were supposedly not meeting the expectation of Ghanaians, was singled out for criticisms after he remained indifferent about the new campaign.
Well, he later came out to share his opinion about the foregoing. Click here to read full story.