One of the top conveners of the trending #FixTheCountry protest, Efia Odo is crying about how the educational opportunities in the country are not the same.
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The model and social media influencer quizzed how rich people in the country also want their kids to become doctors, lawyers etc and occupy the big positions or jobs in the country of which most of them comes to past compared to how kids from ‘poor’ families turns out to be.
She stated the educational system and the educational opportunities in this country is not well balanced as it stands to favor the kids from the rich families given them the opportunities in attending the most renowned schools in the country against the kids from the poor families.
This might be one of the numerous reasons among others why the social media influencer and his peers of other influencers are staging a protest against the government and the ‘bad’ leadership in this country.
Rich people want their kids to be doctors lawyers and politicians. Don’t you think the poor people also want their kids to be doctors lawyers or politicians? The educational opportunities are not the same! #FixGhanaNow#FixTheCountryGhana#fixghananow
Efia Odo and her fellow colleagues like media personality Kaly Jay has been on the ‘neck’ of the government and the leadership of the country for almost a week now with their numerous hashtags on the various social media platforms urging the government to fix the country.
The group revealed their intentions to take the protest from social media and hit the principal streets of Accra on May 9th, to let the government and the leadership know that the people in the country are not satisfied with their leadership.
But it seems the intended street protest hit hit a standing block as the Accra Regional Police Command yesterday obtained a restraining order from the Accra High Court preventing the group from demonstrating on the said date.