Blakk Rasta is one of the notable celebrities who joined teeming Ghanaians this morning as they embarked on the #FixTheCountry demo.
The protest is to pile pressure on the government to address Ghana’s numerous challenges, including youth unemployment, poor infrastructure, and high cost of living.
Clad in red-head and armbands, the protesters held placards with inscriptions some of which read, ‘A nation without patriotism is a dead nation’, We aim for waakye, they aim for V8s’, ‘Fix the Country, ‘A new Constitution for the People’, among others.
One of the demonstrators, popular Radio Personality, Blakk Rasta said, it is important for the world to know about Ghana’s receding economic growth and stunted development.
He particularly took on leadership of the country, slamming them for not being representative enough of its people.
“We are here to demonstrate, to show that we are not happy with the system. We are here to let the whole world know that we have a leadership that is not representing us. All the loans they are getting, all the borrowings, all the flying and bathing in the sky, all those things do not represent us, so we are only here to let the whole world know that these guys in power are not representing us, and we are sending the message clearly to them that it better they start representing us now and later.”