- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams seems to have predicted the current #fixthecountry campaign
- He said failed leadership and promises are going to frustrate the youth and cause them to rebel
- He cited instances that the youth would no longer endure, and mentioned specifically that the uprising would begin from 2021
- Duncan-Williams said this would spread to other African countries while stating the solutions to the issues
- Today, Ghana is witnesses the #fixthecountry campaign that has gained popularity on social media
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An old video of popular archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams predicting what Ghanaians are witnessing today, the #fixthecountry campaign by the youth, has surfaced on the internet.
He was speaking in an interview with Metro TV’s Paul Adom Otchere in which he revealed that there will be a youth uprising in Ghana if the leaders fail to act.
Duncan-Williams added that this will not be witnessed only in Ghana but also in other West African countries. He specifically mentioned 2021, 2022 going.
He explained that the youth will be frustrated and fed up with failed promises by the leaders and will act in unison to call for change and reforms.
The archbishop cited an example where university graduates become car wash attendants at a washing bay with 10 of them washing one car.
He added that these 10 people would have to wait for a couple of hours to get another car to wash.
The youth, he said, would be left with no hope, no reason for living as they cannot afford basic needs, let alone acquire lands, houses, and other property for themselves.
To the solution, Duncan-Williams said it will call for united action by former presidents and the sitting president to work on this without party colours.
The video has seen some people reacting to it.
Samuel, for instance, wondered what Duncan-Williams did about this after making that prediction:
Engeneer called it the hard truth:
The #fixthecountry campaign started over the weekend of May 1, 2021, when the government announced an increment in fuel and petroleum products.
Meanwhile, popular radio presenter, Captain Smart, of Angel FM, has been taken off air for allegedly bashing the government.
His predicament is alleged to be caused by some high-ranking members of government who believe Captain Smart has been taking on the government.
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