Gov't stopped me from fixing an issue in my community: John Dumelo reveals amid #FixTheCountry campaign

Gov't stopped me from fixing an issue in my community: John Dumelo reveals amid #FixTheCountry campaign

- John Dumelo has responded to comments that people supporting #FixTheCountry should fix themselves first

- He says he tried fixing an issue in his community but was stopped by the government

- The aspiring MP shared photos of his attempt to get excavators to help solve the problem of flooding in his community

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Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo has responded to critics of #FixTheCountry who are asking its conveners to fix themselves.

Under the rallying call, Ghanaians online have taken the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo-led government to task by outlining the various issues slowing Ghana's growth and its effects on citizens.

Gov't stopped me from fixing an issue in my community: John Dumelo reveals talking about #FixTheCountry
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Dumelo is one of the public figures who have expressed support for calls by Ghanaians for the Akufo-Addo government to resolve the nation's issues. In turn, critics say he and other supporters should fix themselves first.

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In a response to these comments from critics, the actor said: "Last year, I brought in excavators to fix a problem in my community. I was stopped by the government," reads the caption of photos he posted online.

"The rains are in again and the problem still persists. When I complain, they say I should fix my attitude before I can tell them to #FixTheCountry. Such arrogance!"

Earlier, reported that celebrity backing for the #FixTheCountry campaign was growing with the likes of Yvonne Nelson, Bridget Otoo, Serwaa Amihere, and many others joining the train.

Rallying under the trending hashtag, Ghanaians online took the Akufo-Addo-led government to task calling for solutions to the country's problems.

"Celebrity Adongo will collect 1 million Ghana cedis to lead NAM1’s scam and lose his/her voice when needed on real issues #FixTheCountry," tweeted former TV3 Presenter, Bridget Otoo.

Efia Odo and other social media influencers on Tuesday, May 8, 2021, notified the Ghana Police Service of their intention to embark on a demonstration against the government on Sunday, May 9, 2021. The request has since been denied for COVID-19 restrictions reasons.

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