Popular Ghanaian gospel musician Nana Yaw Baokye, often known by his stage name MOG, has expressed his thoughts on the ongoing demonstrations in the country.
Celebrities such as Efia Odo, Kelvyn Boy, John Dumelo, and Eyfa Norkturnal have supported the protest, and the majority of them were visible at the demonstration’s site.
Many of them agree that the current administration has not been just for Ghanaians and that the only thing they get from the government is constant struggle, but the musician appears to have a different perspective.
As much as the government is responsible for the country’s current economic condition, according to MOG, some of the guilt should be placed on Ghana’s electorates, according to a tweet seen by 1Family Radio.
According to him, Ghanaians shouldn’t solely place the blame on the elected government because that is what they voted for.
“As much as we want to blame the government for the hardship, we are also to blame. Our situation is a reflection of how we voted,” he wrote.
“The day we break the cycle of NPP and NDC, these politicians will wake up to the reality that we are not fools. #OccupyjulorbiHouse #FixTheCountry,’’ he added.