About four days ago, the youth of Ghana who are on social media most especially twitter pushed an agenda concerning hardship and how things are not working as planed in the county with an hashtag #FixTheCounty.
This hashtag brought out a whole lot of social issues and economic instability in the country and asked the incumbent, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and his administration to fix the country as he promised during his campaigns prior to the 2016 and 2020 general elections.
The hashtag during the week hit more than 600,000 tweets where some celebrities with the likes of, Yvonne Nelson, Nana Aba Anamoah, John Dumelo, just to mention few used their platforms to push the agenda higher.
As part of the agenda, the conveners of the fix the county movement planed to embark on a #FixTheCountry demonstration for the government led by Nana Addo to know how serious they are concerning the issue at hand.
However, the Ghana Police Service in a press released stated that, the high court, presided by Justice Ruby Aryeetey, has issued a Restraining Order against them from embarking on the peaceful demonstration on the grounds that, the deathly covid-19!is however not out of the country and since the ban on public gathering is not lifted they can’t embark of the said protest.
This has got to the conveners of the movement as in a press released, they indicated that, they have called on their lawyers and they have filed an application to the Supreme Court, seeking to set aside the defective oder made by the high court judge, Justice Ruby Aryeetey.
However sad news for the protesters is that, the Supreme Court has fixed the hearing of their case to June 8, 2021.
Read the press released below