- Sarkodie has finally made his views on the #FixTheCountry movement known on his verified Twitter handle
- According to the legendary rapper, the attitude of the people will fix if the leaders fix the country and not the other way round
- This comes barely six months after the rapper convinced Ghanaians to give the president four more years with his song, Happy Day
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Famous Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, has finally broken his silence concerning the trending FixTheCountry movement of Ghanaians calling on the government to attend to the numerous issues being faced by citizens.
According to the influential artiste, the citizens will automatically fix their attitudes if the government fixes the country for them.
He further explained that it is difficult for individuals to try fixing themselves in an environment that is not structured to favour people whose attitudes are fixed.
See the full narration below:
Before the December 2020 election that saw President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo getting reelected into office, Sarkodie was one of the icons who boldly endorsed the government.
He came up with the song Happy Day in which he explained that now that the country had no erratic power supply and high school students are paying no fees, Nana must be given four more years.
Many Ghanaians have therefore been longing to see what he would have to say about the same government he endorsed as Ghanianas are now complaining bitterly about many issues that need to be fixed.
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.
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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