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#OCCUPYJULORBIHOUSE: OUR SITUATION IS A REFLECTION OF HOW WE VOTED, WE’RE ALSO TO BE BLAMED – Gospel Singer, MOG Music

Ghanaian Gospel singer, Nana Yaw Boakye, popularly known as MOG in the music industry, has expressed his opinion on the ongoing demonstrations in Ghana.

Several celebrities, including Efia Odo, Kelvyn Boy, and Efya Nokturnal, have shown their support for the protests, with many of them actively participating.

While many of these celebrities share the view that the current government has not been fair to Ghanaians and that citizens are enduring continuous struggles, MOG appears to have a different perspective.

MOG shared a post on his Twitter page on Friday, September 22, 2023, suggesting that although the government bears some responsibility for the country’s current situation, Ghanaians also share the blame. He emphasized that Ghanaians elected the government they have, and thus should not place all the blame on the government alone.

In his tweet, the gospel singer shared that the only way this problem could be resolved is to break the circle of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

“As much as we want to blame the government for the hardship, we are also to be blamed. Our situation is a reflection of how we voted. The day we break the cycle of NPP, and NDC these politicians will wake up to the reality that we are not fools. #OccupyJulorbiHouse #Fix the Country”, he tweeted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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