- Shatta Bandle has waded into the trending #FixTheCountry hashtag
- The social media star called on President Akufo-Addo to fix the country
- His major concern was with the erratic power supply which he spoke passionately about
Ghanaian diminutive social media sensation, Shatta Bandle, known in real life as Firdaus Iddrisu has called on President Akufo-Addo to fix the country immediately.
While speaking in a self-recorded video and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Bandle spoke passionately about the current happenings in the country in terms of development.
The self-proclaiming young rich man's major concern as he waded into the viral #FixTheCountry hashtag had to do with the erratic power cuts in the country.
According to him, the power cuts were too much and were adversely affecting many businesses in the country.
Shatta Bandle went on to add that he owned a generator that he could use during the power cuts but he quizzed if the average Ghanaian can also afford a generator.
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The popular diminutive social media star went on to ask the president to step down if he was having difficulty manning the nation.
He also jokingly said if it was a money issue, he could loan the government some money so they could use it to fix the power issues in Ghana.
Shatta Bandle then said from the way things were going on in the country, he could say that Nigeria's jollof was better than President Akufo-Addo.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady was seen standing at a construction site and recorded someone working.
From the voice in the background, the lady was indicating that the construction worker who was busily doing his work, was her boyfriend.
She did not mind flaunting her man and even showing the kind of work he was engaged in for the whole world to see.
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