Rebuilding a nation, according to well-known Ghanaian artist Okyeame Kwame, begins with personal development rather than merely depending on political leaders.
Amidst the #occupyjulorbihouse protest, the musician's message arrives at a time when political dialogue and expectations are at an all-time high.
Okyeame Kwame claimed that no single leader, no matter how skilled, can solve all of the country's problems on their own. This was in response to the question, “Who do you believe will fix the country?”
He asserted that if every citizen took personal responsibility for enhancing their health, cultivating positive attitudes, enhancing their families, and achieving success in their careers, the collective influence would be better for the country.
In his tweet, he declared, “You Naa you will fix the country. Starting with your health , then mindset , then your family, then your work . If we all start a small light in our little corners, Ghana will become bright. All the names you have mentioned can also light a small flame. However, Ghana cannot be fixed by one man . No messiah in politics.”