Conveners of the #FixTheCountry campaign have now targeted specific government appointees after Ghana Police Service secured an injunction order to restrict the planned demonstration on Sunday, May 9.
The calling out dubbed #NameAndShame is aimed at Member of Parliaments who have done “next to nothing” in their constituencies.
Here are some tweets from the campaign.
This is my MP Hon. Osei Kyei Mensa Bonsu, He is the Majority Leader, But his position no dey Reflect on his jobs, No Street Lights— PROSPER GH? (@QueqwuS) May 7, 2021
From Suame Roundabout to Kronum, The street is very Dark @ Night. #nameandshame #FixTheCountryGhana pic.twitter.com/xfWGLfwKHM
This is the Tanoso Kessben area!!!!!— AFRAKUMAH VENZA (@AfrakumahV) May 7, 2021
This is supposed to be a bridge!!!!
Not safe at alllllllllllll……….
Dr. Kingsley Nyarko..
Sir, kindly fix this death trap bridge.#nameandshame #FixGhanaNow pic.twitter.com/Rob92NjBMB
This is Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency and Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is the MP
This MP’s hometown floods whenever it rains.
Hon. Osei Adutwum is the MP for Bosomtwe Constituency where the famous Lake Bosomtwe lies.
Kalyjay is one of the conveners championing this course
The court said No Demonstration And I’ll Go With That. That Does Not Mean We Still Can’t Complain. Online Demonstration Goes On. We Will Do Everything Online. #NameAndShame— KALYJAY ? (@gyaigyimii) May 7, 2021
This one went Oliver Queen on Moses Anim.