Ghanaian actress and social commentator, Lydia Forson has stated that she has been receiving daily threat messages just because she speaks about issues affecting the country.
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Lydia Forson also stated that anytime she condemns the government when it’s at fault people with unknown numbers flood her Whatsapp with threat messages.
Lydia Forson is one of the outspoken people in Ghana’s Creative Arts industry who expresses her opinions through blogs she writes and on various social media platforms.
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She has always maintained that until the average Ghanaian is provided with basic needs, she will continue to put the government on its feet.
As a result, the award-winning actress has gained enemies in both Ghana’s governing and opposition political parties.
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Commenting about the issue, Lydia Forson shared one that threat messages that had been sent to her Whatsapp.
The message sighted by YEN.com.gh read “shut up who the f*ck do you think you? You there vomiting nonsense. We surely take you to dry cleaners. Lydia Forson Lydia Forson so you there poking your nose everywhere just wait we will surely visit your case and you will like kwasiaa kwa.”
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Lydia Forson had taken a swipe at the Vice President for comparing the current coronavirus pandemic to the power crisis the country went through under the NDC.
According to Lydia Forson, she is utterly disgusted and extremely disappointed that we are comparing COVID-19 to the power crisis.
Lydia Forson made the comments following a press conference organized by Dr. Bawumia to respond to former President Mahama’s criticisms of how President Nana Akufo-Addo has managed the economy.
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