Entertainment of Monday, 17 December 2018
Actress, Yvonne Nelson, a former crusader against ‘dumsor’ under the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama administration is wondering if the country is once again hit by power crises, MyNewsGh.com has filed.
Her question is borne out of the fact she experienced power outage the whole of Sunday, December 16, 2018 despite assurances from the Ministry of Energy some weeks ago that the country is never returning to the era of ‘dumsor’.
“Has #DUMSOR started??? Our light has been off the whole day!” she quizzed in a tweet calling on Ghanaians to wake up.
This comes barely a fortnight after she took to Twitter to rant about hardship in Ghana.
Known for speaking her mind on a myriad of issues, she took to Twitter to post that times are hard for a lot of Ghanaians and things are going bad.
She wrote: “Things are hard in this country!!!! It’s that bad!!!!!!”
This solicited generally affirmative reactions from her followers who shared their own evidence of the hardship they are confronted with in their lives while others tried to motivate her.
It would be recalled that in May 2015, the award-winning actress and some Ghanaian celebrities, including Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson and DKB, held a vigil to put pressure on the government to find a solution to the current power crisis.
The vigil was a platform for, to register their frustrations with the power crisis popularly known as ‘Dumsor’.