- Stonebwoy has reacted to protests by NDC supporters at Ashaiman over the 2020 presidential elections
- In a Twitter post, Stonebwoy admonished the protesters not to allow themselves to be used to disturb the peace of Ghana
- According to him, their leaders know what they should do and must do it instead of supporters protesting
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Dancehall music star Stonebwoy, known in private life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, has reacted to a recent demonstration by some residents of Ashaiman.
A large number of supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) took to the streets in a massive demonstration.
Their demonstration was in solidarity with the party's rejection of the 2020 presidential election results.
As already known, the Electoral Commission (EC) on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, declared President Nana Akufo-Addo as the winner of the 2020 presidential elections.
The NDC's presidential candidate John Mahama officially rejected the results of the 2020 presidential election after the declaration.
According to him, there were violations of the law governing the election and thus makes EC's declaration tantamount to illegality.
The former president while addressing the media on Thursday, December 10, also listed concerns he had about the general conduct of the election.
The party later urged its supporters to protest the results as declared by the EC and those in Ashaiman seem to have taken the lead.
Speaking on the demonstration in Ashaiman, Stonebwoy who hails from the area advised the people to end their protests.
According to Stonebwoy, the protests will not bring a solution to the problems and the people must leave the politicians to deal with their problems.
For Stonebwoy, what was within the people's power was to cast their votes for the party of their choice and they have done just that.
He thus urged the Ashaiman people not to allow themselves to be used by the politicians in order to destroy the peace in Ghana.
Sharing a video of some of the protesters on his Twitter page, Stonebwoy wrote:
"Ashaiman, My People Please all these ones Cannot Solve anything the politicians themselves know better what To do. Where our small power counts is to vote and we have done just that. Don't allow urself to be used by heart let's KEEP THE PEACE. and Go about our hustle it Go better."
Meanwhile, EC Chairperson Jean Mensa has made a rare appearance on social media after declaring the 2020 presidential election results.
In a video, Mrs Mensa has denied reports that she has travelled out of the country after announcing Nana Akufo-Addo as the winner.
According to the EC boss, even though she has a valid visa to the United States, she loves Ghana and will not travel out at this moment.
The video comes amid backlash for the EC after it made errors in the computation of final figures for Akufo-Addo and his contender, John Mahama.
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