- Ghanaians have shown support for Yvonne Nelson after her tweets about President Akufo-Addo's failure to fulfil his promise to end dumsor
- As then leader of the opposition, now president Akufo-Addo criticized the John Mahama-government for not ending dumsor
- Nelson shared her concern about dumsor in a series of tweets
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Ghanaians have expressed support for actress Yvonne Nelson after she called out President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for reneging on his promise to end 'Dumsor.'
Before he became the president of Ghana, Akufo-Addo promised to end the intermittent supply of power in the country.
"Seriously!!!!! This has to stop MR PRESIDENT. #DUMSORMUSTSTOP @NAkufoAddo NEVER did Ghanaians think you’d let us EXPERIENCE #dumsor Pouting face but here we are ..... same leader who bashed ex-president years back! Our leaders keep FAILING us!" reads one of a series of tweets by Nelson.
A Facebook user by the name Fawaz Owura Osarfo reacted to Yvonne Nelson's post saying: "Yvonne thank you paaa, u are truthful, don't mind dose, who insult, u have integrity, dis corrupt govt is hiding d truth from us, but we all know DUMSOR is back, u don't hate JM, neither Akuffo Addo, but u talk d Truth Hurts." reacted a Facebook user by the name Fawaz Owura Osarfo
Another person on Facebook by the name Bolten Nii also said: "Guess when it was the time of Mahama she got all the support she needed but now bastardizing her cos it’s Nana Addo this country will continue to retrogress with this kind of mentality."
"I see Yvonne Nelson as an honest person. She doesn't take sides. She doesn't take bribes. She hits at every side of the coin. God bless her," added Michael Ofosu-minta.
In other news, television host, Afia Schwarzenegger, has supported the court for the conviction of actress Akuapem Poloo.
This was after the actress, born Rosemond Brown, pleaded guilty to the charge of publishing obscene material.
In a post on Instagram, she outlined why she supports the decision as a self-acclaimed ambassador for orphans in Ghana and a child rights activist.
On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, Poloo was convicted by an Accra Circuit Court after she pleaded guilty to the charges of publishing obscene material with two counts of domestic violence over posting a nude photo of her son in 2020.
She will be officially sentenced on Friday, April 16, 2021.
In a post on her Instagram page, Afia Schwarzenegger said: "I say Ayeeko. Thank you for fighting for a child right from an abusive mother. I know illiterates n blockheads will not understand this or the cost involve.
"Now to all abusive parents ... children have their right n if we catch you abusing that right, the laws of the land will humble you. Looking forward to working with such a credible organization," the comedienne added.
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