Finally, #Fixthecountry demonstration has been given the green light to go on, and already there are more than thousands of demonstrators who converged at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle to share their displeasure of the happenings in the country.
The hashtag #fixthecountry has been trending on Twitter for some time now as people continue to share displeasure amid the hardship going on in the country.
Let have a look at some of the interesting photos from the ongoing #Fixthecountry Demonstration;
#FixTheCountry demo spitting facts on their placards pic.twitter.com/R4H8N6TR94— ANNAN PERRY ARHIN (@AnnanPerry) August 4, 2021
Arise Ghana youth— Dr. Sneaker Nyame ??(Best Shoe Plug) (@SneakerNyame_) August 4, 2021
Pulled all the workers and mates. #4THAugustDemo #FixTheCountry pic.twitter.com/zVTQah5bnw
Wild scenes here #4THAugustDemo #FixTheCountry pic.twitter.com/gj78nuabp4— Dr. Sneaker Nyame ??(Best Shoe Plug) (@SneakerNyame_) August 4, 2021
The #FixTheCountry demo all what a demo needs to be. Plenty seriousness – young, old addressing what bothers them with clarity – in a civil atmosphere.— Gary Al-Smith (@garyalsmith) August 4, 2021
Energy. ?? pic.twitter.com/cC4H1cYqaR
No one is left out!#FixTheCountry pic.twitter.com/M0zVfrP5N2— #TV3GH (@tv3_ghana) August 4, 2021
This is the only hashtag that matters today #FixTheCountry @JustNanaAma pic.twitter.com/YtKtq7JLWI— Bee (@Bridget_Otoo) August 4, 2021
This is the road to my hometown, Tumu, one of the largest maize-producing districts in the whole of Ghana. We don’t deserve this. #Fixthecountry pic.twitter.com/5f3LsOomUf— Fentuo Tahiru Fentuo (@Fentuo_) August 4, 2021