Ghanaian actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson has asked the Ghanaian populace to think about their health first before deciding to queue for a new voters’ register since the politicians do not care about them.
According to her when the COVID-19 virus was first recorded in the country, people were asked to stay at home to prevent contracting the virus.
Now that elections were drawing near and the case count had also risen astronomically, politicians are asking Ghanaians to go out and register and this does not sit well with Yvonne.
She further went on to state that the upcoming election will not change anything in the life of the ordinary Ghanaian but would rather endanger lives.
The renowned actress stated that the citizenry should use their “common sense” to protect themselves from the COVID-19.
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She stated in a tweet, “Politician: stay home, stay safe ~ people: ok ~ Politician: go out and register ~ people: ok ME: the politician doesnt care about you, use your common sense, this election wont change anything in your life, joining crowded queues endangers your life.”
Most of her followers could not agree more. One fan of the actress commented: “Politicians don care about de citizens. It hurts to see ppl refusing to use their common sense”
Another wrote: “This is the wisest tweet i have seen in my entire life😊”
Another questioned if she won’t register to vote her friend, Dumelo into power. “So you won’t register to vote for your blossom friend @johndumelo1?”
Yvonne Nelson revealed she will soon venture into politics after she finishes her masters program.