- Ghanaians on social media have opposed the claim by Yvonne Nelson that she might become Ghana's first female president
- According to them, they will not vote for Yvonne Nelson if she contests for the presidency in future
- Yvonne Nelson in an interview expressed interest in becoming a politician and probably Ghana's first female president
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Facebook users have criticized actress Yvonne Nelson for claiming she might become Ghana's first female president.
According to them, Yvonne Nelson should forget about contesting for a political position because she has criticized politicians in the past.
In a series of comments, Ghanaians oppose the idea that Yvonne Nelson may one day become a president.
In a YEN.com.gh native post, Yvonne Nelson said during the interview "I don’t know, maybe the President, you never know, the first female president of Ghana…God just…you know…he is guiding me so I am taking it slow."
Even though some fans applauded Yvonne Nelson for her ambition, a larger part of the fans opposed her vision:
Mallam Fuseini recalled Yvonne Nelson's slam of political parties:
Kabayo had this to say:
Dasmani opposed her dream:
Selorm Peter claimed Yvonne Nelson should not compare her popularity to politics:
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that Ghanaians do not support Yvonne Nelson's political ambition.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Kwesi Arthur after he flaunted his new haircut.
In photos that he released on his Instagram page, the rapper was not with his typical rasta hairstyle.
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