The rap executioner says the dumsor vigil is spot on because the effects are unbearable
Hiplife legend Kwabena Okyere Darko known in showbiz circles as Obrafour has said that celebrities planning to embark on a vigil to voice their frustrations with the current energy crisis facing the country have every cause to do so.
Three Ghanaian celebrities - Yvonne Nelson, Sarkodie and Lydia Forson - are championing the May 16 vigil to put pressure on the John Mahama-led administration to solve the erratic supply of electricity which has lingered on for close to three years. The vigil dubbed #dumsormuststop, according to organisers will be held at Green Park opposite the Villagio at the Tettey Quashie Interchange.
The planned event has received divergent views from people in the creative arts industry and the general public as to whether it is spot on or it is hypocritical and politically motivated.
Obrafour, sharing his opinion on the issue noted that, he finds nothing wrong with it.
"As a stakeholder; everything that concerns the country, we are part of it. Our contributions as citizens will accelerate the country's growth…Every opinion matters and should be voiced without any fear or favor. To be frank, the managers of the economy have failed us", he said on Storm FM.
He reiterated the need for truth saying, "I blame the people and our leaders; a nation built on lies is destined to fall".