Paul Adom Otchere & Nana Aba Anamoah clash over #Fixthecountry; heated debate ensues

Paul Adom Otchere & Nana Aba Anamoah clash over #Fixthecountry; heated debate ensues

Ghanaians on social media have been reacting massively over the recent debacle between two astute journalists, Paul Adom Otchere and Nana Aba Anamoah.

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The squabble between the duo hinges on the FixTheCountry movement that has currently taken over the social media waves.

It all began when Nana Aba replied to a tweet by Paul Adom regarding the trending issue, telling him to be brave for once and tell the Nana Addo-led government to put things in order.

See the post below:

Later, Nana Aba Anamoah came back again to tell Adom Otchere that he has to write a book on COVID-19 economics after he said on his show that Ghanaians are oblivious of it.

See post below:

This has generated tons of reactions, some of which has put together below:

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@Jazzboy suggested:

Paul Adom Otchere read Nana Aba Anamoah's tweet and laughed. This was before he slammed her for urging him to be bold to tell the government to #FixTheCountry #FixGhana #FixTheCountryNow

@kwame_sarkcess said:

Paul Adom Otchere fires @thenanaaba for asking him to be bold & criticize the govt. Paul says Nana Aba & all #FixTheCountryNow activists must learn about covid economics to make a more informed advocacy.

@Boakyewaa_N said:

Nana Aba should be BOLD and reply Paul Adom Otchere on her show, he clearly shaded her big time. Enough of the Twitter bants.

@GhanaBaYawAdofo indicated:

What interest me is Nana Aba Anamoah tells Paul Adom Otchere to be brave. Biggest Joke of the century

@courage_dzidefo stated:

Madam Nana Aba Anamoah, if you don't reply Paul Adom Otchere ,we won't understand.

Meanwhile, as part of the FixTheCountry movement that has currently taken over social media, photos of the Wenchi Tomato Factory which was built under Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah have surfaced.

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It is reported that in the 1960s, the factory was the lifeblood of the Bono economy and used to process vegetables for local consumption and export with over 3,000 employees.

However, since the 1980s, this great factory has been rotting in the bush whilst thousands of young people are unable to find meaningful sources of livelihood.

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