The Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay believes individuals and groups rallying behind the hashtag #FixTheCountry are supporters of the opposition NDC.
According to him, the nation is currently on a sure path to recovery and the government has put measures in place to fix all the issues.
Speaking to Starr News, Freddie Blay intimated that the protestors or campaigners who are pushing the #FixtheCountry movement can best be described as members or supporters of the National Democratic Congress.
“It’s a democratic country, you can have an opinion, maybe most of the NDC people and maybe they are even referring to what then-candidate Akufo-Addo did say that when you are in power and people are complaining that things aren’t going well, fix it. Of course, the government is in the act of fixing the problems in this country.”
“Talk about dumsor, it’s not the dumsor as we know it in the NDC era that took place for four years, a few problems that we encountering. We are having problems with our distributing lines and definitely, efforts are being made to repair the broken down ones.”
“So, if they say we should fix the country, definitely at our pace we doing that, a pace that Ghanaians will be happy with. We have explained that the situation is not permanent, it’s just a three-four months situation that people are making it look as if everything is broken down and we are not doing anything about it”.
The youth of Ghana in the past few days have been loud on social media calling for an end to unequal opportunities and demanding for an immediate fixing of the country.