Van Vicker: I Am For ‘Let’s Fix The Country’ Not ‘FixTheCountry’ Nor ‘FixYourself’

“Whatever we do, whatever they do, it has a ripple effect both ways.” Van Vicker announces solo movement, he is not for or against the #FixTheCountry campaign.

Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker, says he believes that fixing the country is a collective effort because both citizens and government officials form the government: “whatever we do, whatever they do, it has a ripple effect both ways.”

In an interview on Citi FM, Van Vicker said: “if they decide to be corrupt, say they are, it will toll on us. If we decide not to adhere to the regulation they bring, it will come back right at us so indeed I do not think it is the matter of you guys fix the country as in the government.”

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According to the actor who graduated from African University College of Communications in July, he is particular not to side with the ‘Fix The Country’ movement or join those who say “Fix Yourself’; because of the controversy that comes with joining any of them.

So it’s a collective effort, it’s not just government fix it, it is we all fix it so I am not taking a stand that we should fix ourselves, neither is it government should fix the country, it is collectively, let’s fix the country.”

The actor who says he has political ambitions continued, “that is my stand and I didn’t want to go one way or the other because if you throw weight to one side, those who dey the other side go scatter you,” and jokingly added that “so I am thinking myself, you know what? This is gonna fix itself“.


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