Agitated youth across Ghana on May 9, defied an injunction by police against a planned protest in an unorthodox fashion on the back of broken systems that have widened the country’s inequality gap.

The #FixTheCountry movement, which many have described as the first nationwide online protest to hit the country, saw many expressing their displeasure about hardships suffered under successive administrations.

While the dust settles, the latest episode of the Millennial Street podcast explored the stages in the lead up to the activity.

Hosts Kenny and Nassy also share their sentiments on the aftermath of the protest and its impact on social advocacy going forward in this second episode of the podcast.

Millennium Street is a culture and society-based audio series which has produced content that has thrilled its ever-growing audience with topics from trending developments to relevant thought-provoking conversations that tickle the fancy of a vibrant youth – from Millennials to Generation Zs and boomers alike.

The first episode of the podcast’s second season discussed the legal debacle of social media sensation, Akuapem Poloo who posted a nude photograph with her son online.

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