Yvonne Nelson: Actress hits hard at Akufo-Addo over Recent Dumsor

Yvonne Nelson: Actress hits hard at Akufo-Addo over Recent Dumsor

- Actress Yvonne Nelson has hit hard at President Akufo-Addo over the recent power outages

- She has mocked his government, describing it as “4 more to more dumsor

- Ghanaians have reacted massively to her comment

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Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has severely criticised Akufo-Addo over the recent power outages plunging the whole country into dumsor.

She mocked Akufo-Addo over his election 2020 hashtag “4 more to do more”, when she wrote: “4 more for more dumsor.

Yvonne expressed her disappointment in the government for failing to fix what it criticised Mahama for when his government was hit by dumsor.

Yvonne Nelson: Actress hits hard at Akufo-Addo over Recent Dumsor
A collage of Yvonne Nelson, Mahama, and Akufo-Addo. Photo credit: @jdmahama @yvonnenelson @nakufoaddo/Instagram
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Her post has triggered massive reactions from Ghanaians with some who seem to be NPP supporters attacking her.

Stacy, for instance, cried that she has an exam but has been plagued by dumsor:

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King scolded Yvonne Nelson for saying earlier that Mahama solved dumsor. He reasoned that if so, why should she say dumsor is back:

Qwesi Gold asked Yvonne to go to Akufo-Addo’s house and tell him to fix Dumsor:

John advised Yvonne to hit the streets like she did against Mahama and stop ranting on social media:

Razak had a similar opinion:

Isaac, too:

Donmark also advised Yvonne to hit the street:

Visible said Yvonne is not the only one facing this issue:

Atigya called Yvonne “jon”:

Jay also asked Yvonne to hit the street against Akufo-Addo:

Yvonne Nelson is known to have led a dumsor vigil against former president Mahama in 2016.

She organised a strong protest against the former president during the time that dumsor plagued the country.

That led many people to discern her political colours that she was affiliated to the NPP.

However, Yvonne said she just wanted to be a voice for the voiceless for which reason she led the protest and not necessarily being NPP.

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She also revealed her political ambition to serve as an ambassador to a “nice country” one day.

Yvonne later praised Mahama when he was no longer a president, and said he did well in bringing up massive infrastructural developments for Ghana.

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