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FixTheCountry popped up in a recent exam question at the University of Ghana School of Law

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The question revolved around plans for a hypothetical street protest

Activists held their first street protest on August 4 #FixTheCountry popped up in a recent exam question at the University of Ghana School of Law

The question revolved around plans for a hypothetical street protest

Students were asked to identify actions they will explore in a first meeting to plan the next protests in the first question of the Post First Degree Bachelor of Law (LL.B) Entrance Exams 2021.

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A movement convenor, Oliver Barker-Vormawor, tweeted a snapshot of the alleged question paper on Facebook, sarcastically claiming that the School of Law had set the new protest.

The question read below:

“You are one of the convenors of #FixTheCountry, a civil society organization that is engaged in a series of activities aimed at ensuring better governance in Ghana. At a recent meeting of all trhe convenors, you were asked to chair a meeting to plan a peaceful march through the principal streets of Accra on 28th August 2021.

“In no more than two (2) pages of your answer booklet, list five (5) key considerations that your committee would discuss at the maiden meeting scheduled for 8th of August 2021.

“For each of the key considerations listed, state very briefly why it is important to discuss it at the meeting.”
Hundreds of mostly young people thronged the streets of Accra on August 4, 2021, Founders’ Day, to protest bad governance and demand political accountability.

The group’s leaders have stated that the August 4 march was a success and that it will be reproduced around the country in the near future.

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