Renowned Ghanaian youtuber Kwadwo Sheldon has incurred the wrath of netizens following a controversial message he penned to National service personnels on his twitter page. The management of National service scheme announced the release of postings of tertiary graduates, eligible to partake in the 2021/22 nation service yesterday, and just as it happens every year, some graduates are not content with the institutions they were placed.
Kwadwo Sheldon opined all graduates deserved where they have been posted and advised them to accept the postings to help contribute to the collective efforts to fix the country. The post was indeed encouraging, however the last word of his post "Mmoa", created the controversy. "Mmoa" in Akan language means animals, which is more or less an insult, and didn't sit well with netizens including his loyal fans.
The agitated netizens took him on and lambasted the Youtuber for his choice of words. One fan of his told him boldly that, people he refers to as "Mmoa" are the same people who patronage and popularise his content therefore the word isn't acceptable. Others felt Sheldon was being childish for make such irresponsible comment. Check out some vicious reactions to his post.
Kwadwo Sheldon has gained the reputation of starting unnecessary controversies for sometime now. He is known for his outspokeness and fearlessness in rebuking reputable personalities on social media. The most recent one was his twitter battle with Ningo-Prampram member of Parliament, Sam George on the LGBTQ+ bill. He has also had feuds with Dancehall King, Shatta Wale and other celebrities and it's no coincidence he penned this dubious message to National service personnels.
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