Since morning, there has been a campaign on the Twitter app, where Ghanaians are calling on the people in authority to fix the mess the country and the citizens are in, where there are no jobs, electricity and water as well as the increased in taxes without the salary increment for the ordinary citizens.
One of the subjects on this matter is the fact that, the celebrities like Sarkodie and the others, who spoke up about the situations during the previous government and even made songs to push the government to solve the citizen’s problems.
Some Twitter users even wrote that it seems there are no celebrities in Ghana anymore or they do not leave in Ghana anymore because those who were loud during the previous administrations are all not quiet or it because it’s their favorite who is in power?
Others also commented that the celebrities are not talking anymore because when they complained people attach them to political parties and even go to say that they have collected money to do unnecessary agendas.
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