Yvonne Nelson, a Ghanaian actress, film producer, and director, has criticized the Akufo-Addo-led NPP government for the economic difficulties.
The renowned actress publicly informed the president that Ghanaians are fed up with his indifferent administration.
In a tweet posted on her official account on August 23, the multiple-award-winning actress stated that Akufo-2016 Addo’s government’s election campaign promises have become a myth (Ananses3m).
One thing about this regime is that they don’t care, but they do care about power and the reputation it brings. We will begin to make you care. Your campaign promises are empty,” she wrote.
She added that Ghanaians will no longer be passive spectators as the government deceives them.
“Tricking us? My Age Group? We will not stand by while you gamble with our and our children’s futures. She expressed that Ghanaians deserve better.
She emphasized, “We are fed up with this hardship….It is abundantly clear that this government has obtained everything it desired and is ignoring the people (Ghanaians) @NAkufoAddo.”
Bloomberg currently ranks the Ghanaian cedi as the second-worst currency in the world, behind the Sri Lankan Rupee.
In addition, the country’s inflation rate is on the rise, driving up prices for goods and services to the point where the average Ghanaian is struggling to make ends meet.