#FixTheCountry: How To Participate In #DearGhana – The 2nd Week Of Virtual Protest

Man with Ghana Flag. Credit: Kalyjay

Though it may seem like the #FixTheCountry campaign is losing its vigour, the convenors of the campaign are still making sure that the fight remains at the forefront of national conversations.

That is why they are asking their supporters to join them for another virtual protest this Sunday.

According to them, until the Supreme Court sets aside the injunction placed on their on-the-ground protest, they would continue staging multiple virtual protests.

Last week, they got their supporters to highlight issues in their communities they want to see fixed which was tied in with the celebration of Mother’s Day. This time, it was mother Ghana they were caring about.

Efia Odo protesting. Photo credit: Efia Odo/Twitter

This Sunday, however, they are going on a slightly different route.

The convenors want #FixTheCountry supporters to write a letter to Ghana. In the letter, they are to tell Mother Ghana whatever is on their heart. It is a heart to heart letter from a citizen to the country it expects to have his or her back.

The letter could be expressed in many formats – words – as in a normal letter, a song, installation or performing arts, sign language… whichever way you want to communicate what is in your heart.

Ghana Patriotism Image. Image via Solomonjnr_Instagram/Solomonjr

You can also record yourself singing any of the unofficial national anthems such as “Yen Ara Asaase Ni” as well as the famous “Arise Ghana Youth For Your Country.”

It goes without saying that when you post any of the above on social media you should add the hashtags #DearGhana #FixOurMotherland, and #FixTheCountry.

If you are concerned about the #FixTheCountry campaign losing steam, then you should participate in this or help send the word out.

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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