- Bold actress Yvonne Nelson has jabbed Akufo-Addo for the hardship Ghanaians are complaining about
- She called out the president and asked if hardship is part of the promises he made to the people of Ghanaians
- Yvonne related her experience in trotro and said the many fights that happen in the public transport due to the hardship are alarming
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Outspoken Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has taken a swipe at President Akufo-Addo once again following the current economic state of Ghana.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter, Yvonne boldly mentioned the president and asked him if the promises he made to Ghanaians included hardship.
According to her, the conflicts and controversies she has witnessed in Trotros are disheartening, indicating that the hardship in Ghana is what is fueling those conflicts.
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The change you promised Ghanaians is HARDSHIP eeh? The fights I’m seeing this morning in trotros is alarming @NAkufoAddo,” Yvonne tweeted.
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Social media users react to Yvonne’s tweet
The tweet has generated massive reactions online. Some people have supported Yvonne while others have criticised her. Some even went as far as calling her names.
Black snow, for instance, shared his story:
McBrown Clothing and came up with her experience in Trotro:
Rans did not agree with Yvonne and called on her to be advisable:
Kofi seems surprised and wanted to find out if Yvonne indeed took Trotro:
Bra Louis called Yvonne ungrateful:
Daniel Kofi Adiyah also complained that politicians do not care about anyone once they have the power:
Yvonne attacks Akufo-Addo over price of LPG
This happens to be the third time Yvonne Nelson has attacked Akufo-Addo for similar reasons.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Yvonne was angry with the increasing prices of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) and she did not fail to let the president know how disappointed she was.
In that report, Yvonne disclosed that she had gone to fill her gas cylinder and she was shocked to learn that the prices had skyrocketed.
She chided Akufo-Addo for this and asked if this is what he promised Ghanaians.
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