Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has fired campaigners of the ‘fix the country’ movement.
In a series of tweets, the controversial artists said the campaigners were inviting “war” with their activism.
He accused the campaigners of watching on while children are being shot at due to their activism.
“Let’s stop this it won’t end well,” he warned.
According to Shatta Wale, the challenges confronting the nation were not about “fix the country” but it was about “you can do better.”
His tweets come on the heels of the killing of two protestors in Ejura in the Ashanti Region on Tuesday.
The protest started after the youth in the community went to bury a ‘fix the country’ campaigner, Kaaka Anyass Ibrahim, who was allegedly killed for demanding development.
A military reinforcement attacked the unarmed protestors, resulting in the death of two and at least nine people injured, including a military lieutenant.
A police statement Tuesday evening said the military opened fire because the protestors attacked them with stones, firearms, and cutlass among others.
The statement further added that the police have launched an investigation into the death of Kaaka and appealed to people with credible information to share with the police.