Respected legal practitioner lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata has opined that we will only witness the return of the culture of silence should Ghanaians fail to speak up.
He was responding to questions posed by some students of the Central University Faculty of Law as to whether there is a return of the culture of silence.
“We each have to ask ourselves, are we ready to have these issues addressed or not. The culture of silence will only happen if each of us decides to remain silent.”
“Each and every one of us has a responsibility to take on the issues that confront us as a country. That is why I applaud young people raising issues about the things that have to be sorted out in the country.
“When people say fix the country, they are not making a statement in favour of one party or the other. On the contrary, they are dealing with issues confronting all of us.”
The lawyer also referenced the #FixTheCountry campaign disputing claims that the campaign was against the government and a benefit to the opposition.