We Shall Lead A Protest & Show Our Leaders That Enough Is Enough- Efia Odo Charges

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Controversial Ghanaian model and media personality Efia Odo has revealed that she’s ready to lead a protest against the leaders of the country to prove to them that enough is enough.

She said she is really happy that the youths of this country are willing to express their dissatisfaction about the currents happenings in the country.

Efia Odo who is better known for voicing out her opinion and views on topics like politics, governance, entertainment religion etc, stated the youths of this country has had enough of the bad governance and leadership of the people in power and are ready to take to the streets to protest against them.

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This comes after most Ghanaians took to their various social media sites to start a hashtag #FixTheCountry as an online protest against the Nana Addo led administration on the inability to fix the economy and the country as a whole.

Efia Odo added that the hashtag won’t just end online if they do not see any progress from the government in trying to resolve the issue as they are willing to take it to the streets to protest against them.

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I’m so happy that the youth of this nation are finally tired of the bad governance and are deciding to speak against it. #FixTheCountry Will not just end on Twitter. We shall lead a protest and show our leaders that enough is enough.

Recall earlier, Ghanaian actress and social commentator Ms Lydia Forson also in a post on her official Twitter page urged every Ghanaian to voice out their opinions and views on the happenings in the country in every way possible.

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She stated that people make mockery on social media protests saying it doesn’t make a change but she disagrees with them since most of the well- known protests in the world like #BlackLivesMatter protest started on social media.