Yvonne Nelson Calls for ‘DumsorMustStop” Vigil Amid Unstable Power Supply

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Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson turns to social media to mobilize Ghanaians in renewed campaign against recurring power crisis, Dumsor. Stay informed on advocacy efforts.

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Yvonne Nelson and her colleagues at the first ever held “DUMSORMUSTSTOP” vigil

The letter, directed to fellow Ghanaians, emphasized Nelson’s track record as an advocate for positive change, citing her leadership role in the 2015 DumsorMustStop Campaign. This initiative involved notable personalities such as Kofi Bentil from Imani Ghana, Prince David Osei, D Black, Van Vicker, Efya, Sarkodie, Barima Sidney, and DKB.

In a heartfelt letter shared on Twitter, Nelson expressed profound concern about the resurgence of the debilitating power outage issue and urged for a collective effort to demand accountability from the nation’s leaders.

Nelson reflected on the obstacles encountered during the initial campaign and emphasized the necessity for another unified effort to tackle the persistent power crisis. She highlighted the prolonged duration of Dumsor as alarming and detrimental to the nation’s advancement.

While acknowledging the evolving political landscape and some individuals’ shifting alliances, Nelson reiterated the bipartisan nature of the fight against Dumsor. She urged Ghanaians from all walks of life, including legal professionals, volunteers, and concerned citizens, to unite with her in advocating for concrete action to resolve the ongoing power crisis.

 

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The actress mentioned that she had reached out to key figures from Imani Ghana, including Kofi Bentil and Franklin Cudjoe, seeking their support and collaboration in organizing another DumsorMustStop Vigil. However, she revealed that she had yet to receive a response regarding their interest in supporting another vigil.

Nelson emphasized the significance of unity and collective action, underscoring that she cannot address this issue single-handedly.

In her closing statements, Nelson appealed to Ghanaians’ sense of patriotism and urged them to come together to advocate for a brighter and more prosperous future for the nation. She encouraged those interested to reach out to her directly via email or phone to offer their expertise and support to the cause.

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