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Culture of Silence: The Police Couldn't Stop the Two Demonstrations held against Former President Mahama, Why? - Ghanaians

Culture of Silence: The Police Couldn't Stop the Two Demonstrations held against Former President Mahama, Why? - Ghanaians

Culture of Silence: The Police Couldn't Stop the Two Demonstrations held against Former President Mahama, Why? - Ghanaians


 Fix The Country now hashtag on Twitter has been trending number one, for 3 three days now. 

The protest aims to put the President and his administration on its feet to fix our roads, stop "galamsey" and most importantly provide jobs for unemployed Ghanaians who strive to survive. Below are some Ghanaian who had rejected voting for the president 


"You've rejected John Mahama twice because you believe in Nana Addo. Things are going badly in this country and you are still blaming Mahama".

"What Their Parents Couldn’t Do For Them, They Expect Mahama To Do It For Them. We’re Bias As A Country And It Shall Take Centuries To See Development In Ghana Or Not At All. Sigh, God Bless Mahama"

"There were two demonstrations against former President Mahama just last month. Why didn’t the police stop them? Just because it’s Mahama there’s no COVID but Nana Addo there’s COVID. Hypocr1sy at its peak"

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