Convener of Fix The Country campaign, Joshua Boye Doe, says he is committed to getting Ghana’s leaders fix the country’s problems.
Mr. Doe speaking on Good Afternoon Ghana Wednesday pledged his support to the country’s youth enduring hardship due to the negligence of successive governments.
“Until the job is done I don’t feel like a hero because the hashtag [Fix The Country] can die any moment and we’d be back to zero,” Joshua told Francisca Kakra Forson.
He added that “We want to see results. I want to see results.”
He explained that he’s poised to get the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo administration to improve the pressing dilemma of the average Ghanaian unable to make ends meet and offer permanent solutions.
“If I’m to spend one year of my life to make sure that schools are for communities that will last twenty or thirty years then I think I will be ready to sacrifice,” he said.
By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Originalfmonline.com | Ghana