Jubilee House Demo: How Celebs Are Stoking More Fire

Source The Ghana Report

Ghanaian celebrities have added their voices to the protest by pressure group Democracy Hub, which began on September 21, 2023.

The protesters are asking President Nana Akufo-Addo and his government to fix Ghana’s economic problems.

The demonstrators hit the streets despite a caution by the police, resulting in the arrest of 49 persons for unlawful assembly and violation of the Public Order Act. They were later released the same day.

According to some of the protesters, including Ghanaian media personality Bridget Otoo, they were beaten up by the police for participating in the demonstration.

The incident sparked outrage on Twitter (now X) on the same day of honour to Ghana’s first president, Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

Several Ghanaian celebrities like Stonebwoy, King Promise, Gyakie, EL, Afia Odo, John Dumelo and others have added their voices to demand a better Ghana.

Below are some of the Ghanaian celebrities who have reacted to the protest.

Award-winning Ghanaian musician KiDi noted, “We are Ghanaian before anything else. My topmost concern is the safety of our people. we should be able to freely exercise our right to protest”.

“We are making efforts to help the protesters who have been detained but we’re facing some challenges on the ground”.




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