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Fix Your Attitude; Just Practice What You Preach – Fameye Disagrees With ‘Fix The Country’ Protestors

Fix Your Attitude; Just Practice What You Preach – Fameye Disagrees With ‘Fix The Country’ Protestors

Ghanaian most popular highlife musician Peter Famiyeh Bozah, known by stage name Fameye, has added his voice to the ongoing ‘Fix the Country’ protest on Twitter, saying people should rather fix their attitude before the government’s intervention.

The “Nothing I Get” hitmaker believes fixing the country rather starts with citizens and their attitudes, and not necessarily the government.

 

Fix Your Attitude; Just Practice What You Preach - Fameye Disagrees With `Fix The Country’ Protestors

 

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Akye Frederick is a Ghanaian blogger from Accra, Ghana. He is also a author in ZackGh.com history.

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