Ghanaian socialite and television presenter, Efia Odo has stated that the call by concerned Ghanaians for the country to be fixed is not political but it is part of human rights so anybody against it, is not okay mentally.
"If you have a problem that the people are campaigning for a better country, then there is something wrong with you. If you are getting paid to dispute what we are doing then you metally not okay", she stated in a viral video.
Efia Odo who added her voice to the #FixTheCountry agenda calling on the Akufo Addo led government to fix the nation with regards to utility tariffs, intermittent cuts in power supply, lack of jobs, lack of access to potable water in some communities, fuel price hikes among other problems bordering the ordinary Ghanaian took to social media and called out the leaders to improve the livelihood of Ghanaians.
Concurring with the general idea that before the country is fixed, the citizenry must also change their attitude and mindset and that she has resolved to cover her body but even after covering her body and dumping n*dity, the plight of Ghanaians have not been erased.
She decried the poor remuneration some Ghanaian teachers are paid as she revealed some are paid as low as GHC 250.00 monthly and how women have to sleep with men just to survive because of unavailability of jobs.
Sharing the video, she captioned; I’m covered now is the water clean? Have jobs been created? Our leaders need to fix their mindsets so the country can be fixed, so the people can be fixed! #fixthecountry.
Watch the full video below:
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