A Ghanaian media practitioner, Danjuma Yaro has lauded the #FixTheCountry campaign.
In a post sighted by Newshuntermag.com, Mr Yaro emphasized that the campaign is a positive called.
He implored the government and its communicators not to see it as an agenda to make them unpopular.
Mr Danjuma Yaro, who plies his trade with Sunyani-based Radio B.A.R, advised the government to pay attention to issues raised by the campaigners.
The broadcast journalist and social media analyst bemoaned over the hardship in the country.
He wrote: “The “fix the country” campaign is a positive call and must therefore not be seen as an agenda to discredit or make government unpopular but as a feedback from the Ghanaian people on the current state of affairs.
“Government and its communicators should not be interested in who initiated the campaign and what their motives are, but should focus and pay attention to the bread and butter issues the campaign is highlighting and projecting for redress.
“Put politics aside, things are very tough. The economy is facing challenges, fuel prices are increasing, prices of items are skyrocketing, transportation cost is high and it is likely to surge further, living standards are high etc.
“Times are hard. The country must be fixed. The campaign must be depolitisised.”