Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale has pushed and urged Ghanaian youth to leave the comforts of their mobiles phones and go out to fight for their rights.
This came after several issues of killings happening around the country with most of the youth complaining on social media, stating the country needs to be fixed.
Shatta Wale then took to his social media to online the reasons things are not going on well, claiming the youth are dull and are rather focused on social media campaigns than to fight the situations.
As for Ghana dierr the problem is us the youth ..we can’t stand up and fight for our right ..Nonesense ..Everyday typing online …Massa that no go solve anything ooo ,Rise and fight and stop writing this nonesense Essays !! Mek I tink”
Meanwhile, Ejura Sekyeredumase protestors who were shot by the military during a clash were rushed to a yet-to-be-identified hospital for medical care.
In a video gone viral on social media, two of the injured persons were seen lying on the floor.
One of them, who had plastered on his hand was seen receiving drip on the floor while the stand had been positioned beside him.
The other was wrapped in a cloth and is believed to be dead. Another injured person per the video was in a blue plastic chair with his knee and thigh plastered.
Two other victims who had blood stains on their shirts were seen lying on a bed as some of the youths were there to company them.
Some youth in Ejura took to the streets to protest the death of a #FixTheCountry campaigner, Ibrahim Mohammed, popularly known as Kaaka, on Monday, June 28, 2021.
The police personnel who arrived at the scene resorted to the use of water cannons to disperse the agitated crowd while the military shot into the crowd.
So far, 2 people have been confirmed dead and about 6 injured.