Da’ Hammer wonders how Atubiga could be ‘’stupid enough to think he [sarkodie] has an agenda doing the opposition's dirty work’’.
Record producer and founder of ‘The Last Two Music Group’, Da’ Hammer is disappointed in strong members of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) for taking to social media sites to accuse actress, Yvonne Nelson and her fellow celebrities who have planned the May 16 #dumsormuststop vigil, of doing the “dirty work” for the New Patriotic Party and its flag bearer, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie, through their lawyers have written to the Greater Accra regional police commander to notify him of their intentions to lead a protest vigil against the worsening power crisis in Ghana.
Stephen Atubiga who was hauled before the Supreme Court for making contemptuous comments during the hearing of the 2012 election petition and getting jailed for it took to social media site Facebook to accuse the duo and their fellow colleagues of doing a hatchet job for Mr Akufo-Addo and the NPP. He has vowed to launch a boycott campaign against the celebrities, as well as organise people to burn their music and movie videos.
Although Yvonne Nelson has dismissed the assertions, Edward Nana Poku Osei (Da’ Hammer) wonders how the NDC member could be ‘’stupid enough to think he [sarkodie] has an agenda doing the opposition's dirty work’’.
Read his Facebook post unedited:
‘’ Smh so after all this talk about Ghanaians being gutless and timid, an influential person decides to summon the spirit of the ppl for a peaceful demonstration to keep the government focused on our grievances, and ppl are stupid enough to think he has an agenda doing the opposition's dirty work. really? What mindset is this country really made of. Are we cursed so much we can't recognize a legitimate reason to demonstrate as its within our rights as citizens to do so. If u want someone with an agenda, look this way. Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom for president 2016. #PPP’’