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Yvonne Nelson Tells BBC Africa That People Threatened to Kill Her And Two Weeks After the Dumsor Vigil She Didn’t Even Sleep At Her Own House

Yvonne Nelson

Ghanaian actress-Yvonne Nelson has told BBC Africa in an interview hosted by Veronique Edwards that she was scared for her life when she led the Dumsor vigil in Ghana under NDC government.

She also said she received several threats such that for the first two weeks after the vigil, she was compelled to stay at a friend’s house and not her own home.

During the conversation, she also said Dumsor is no more under NPP’s government–and anyone who says Ghana has power problems now is not up to date.

Last year, actress-Yvonne Nelson and a few other Ghanaian Celebrities led disgruntled Ghanaians to hold a vigil in Accra to protest against the then constant power cuts.


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