Top Ghanaian celebrities like Nana Aba Anamaoah, Sandra Ankobiah, Lydia Forson, Sadiq Abu, Yvonne Nelson, Sista Afia, and many others have questioned where Ghana’s president and current leader of the ECOWAS have loudly been silent despite all the killing of young men and women in neighboring Nigeria.
In various tweets sighted on their respective handles, they express shock as to why President Akufo-Addo was one of the few people who were quick to send well wishes from himself and his beautiful Rebecca to President Trump when he contracted corona but is almost dumb now young man and his women in his continent are being killed.
In a tweet from the award-winning journalist Nana Aba, she urged Nana Akuffo Addo to add his very much voice to the ongoing campaign in Nigeria.
.@NAkufoAddo nothing on NIGERIA from ECOWAS?
— vote for lydia #lydiaforson #africansocialstar (@thenanaaba) October 20, 2020
Outspoken Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson also took to her Twitter timeline to write: “African leaders found their voice (very quickly) to wish Trump a speedy recovery. But they’ve lost it when it comes to #EndSARSHistory will not forget…”
African leaders found their voice (very quickly) to wish Trump a speedy recovery.
But they’ve lost it when it comes to #EndSARS
History will not forget…
— VOTE #lydiaforson #africansocialstar (@lydiaforson) October 20, 2020
Popular socialite and lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah also had this to say: “Mr. President @NAkufoAddo please show some empathy. Please show the Nigerian youth that you care. Please show some authority as the Head of Ecowas. Thank you”
— Sandra Ankobiah, Esq (@SandraAnkobiah) October 20, 2020
A tweet from singer Sista Afia also read: “Heartbreaking. Prez @NAkufoAddo kindly step into what is happening in Nigeria ASAP. Please please please please #EndSARS”
— #STREET OUT NOW 💕QUEENSOLOMON (@sista_afia) October 20, 2020
Actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson nicknamed The new Yaa Asantewaa also called the President of Ghana to action with her tweet which reads: “Our president must show leadership on this matter else he becomes complicit in the senseless killing of innocent and defenseless protesters @NAkufoAddo“
Our president must show leadership on this matter else he becomes complicit in the senseless killing of innocent and defenseless protesters @NAkufoAddo 🇳🇬💔
— 𝓨𝓿𝓸𝓷𝓷𝓮 𝓝𝓮𝓵𝓼𝓸𝓷 (@yvonnenelsongh) October 21, 2020
There many such tweets from others like of the CEO of 3Music Sadiq Abu, Efia Odo, social media influencers, Media Houses, and Bloggers in the country have all commented on the ongoing Nigerian situation.