#fixthecountry: Sefa Kayi goes ‘wild’ on govt officials
Broadcaster Kwami Sefa Kayi has lambasted government officials
telling Ghanaians to fix their attitudes before they tell
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to fix the country.
Many Ghanaians say the president is underperforming in his second term.
They complain bitterly about decisions of the government, particularly with
regard to its imposition of taxes and fuel price increments
among other economic hardships.
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Currently, social media users have gone into a frenzy over the performance
of the president and generated #fixthecountry to convey their
demands to the president.
But the #fixthecountry crusaders have had a toxic reply from some government
officials as they have also formed #fixyourself to say the citizens must first
fix their attitudes before they get the change they want.
Taking on the ‘fix the country’ campaign, Mr Kayi, affectionately called
Chairman General, rebuked the government officials over their rude
utterances and replies to Ghanaians.
“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 fired back on his
show on Peace FM Friday morning.