Ghanaians during the weekend organised an online protest pushing for the country to be fixed by their political leaders.
The protest was first billed to be held on the streets of the capital Accra but the police secured a court order to restrain organizers.
In order to get their messages across to the government, the protesters moved the protest online as citizens expressed frustration over the state of the country.
They shared pictures of themselves holding placards with inscriptions of what they want government to fix in the country with the hashtag #FixMotherGhana and #FixTheCountry among others.They complained about unemployment, bad roads, high taxes, income inequalities and many
Ghanaians are hoping the political leaders will take action and address the essential developmental challenges confronting the country quickly.