According to the comedian, the energy crisis is a national issue and it is imperative for citizens to come together to pressure the government to address it without the political labels.
Despite showing enthusiasm in fighting agaist the power crisis the country is currently facing by leading a “DumsorDemo”, Derrick Kobina Bonney known in show business as, has advised the general public not to tag celebrities who will partake in his upcoming demonstration over the energy crisis as a supporter of any political party.
According to the comedian who spoke to Citi FM, the energy crisis is a national issue and it is imperative for citizens to come together to pressure the government to address it without the political labels.
DKB said: “This is for all of us because when the lights are put off; they don’t put off the lights of NPP [New Patriotic Party] supporters and leave that of the NDC [National Democratic Congress] supporters on.”
DKB is to lead some Ghanaian celebrities on a demonstration to force the Mahama-led government to find an immediate solution to the three-year energy crisis which is negatively affecting many households and businesses.
Some award winning actors and musicians including Lydia Forson, Yvonne Nelson, Sarkodie, John Dumelo and Becca have taken to social media to express their frustration with the government’s handling of the crisis.