Yvonne Nelson has finally responded to the prostitution accusations by Haruna Alidu. She also had some interesting words for her fellow celebs who have not joined the #DumsorMustStop campaign.
Actress, Yvonne Nelson has shown her disappointment with former aide to the Chief of Staff, Haruna Alidu who attacked the actress and her cronies for their #DumsorMustStop campaign on social media. Mr Alidu insinuated that celebrities who are not married at age 30 were irresponsible, describing them as prostitutes.
Yvonne Nelson registered her disappointment in a series of social media posts on Sunday. She wrote:
“If what I’m reading from Halidu Haruna is true, then Ooo my goodness! I understand why we are here, in this place as a country!
“I can’t believe a leader, a grown man in this country will say such a thing. He should be ashamed of himself. We have a long way to go GHANA! The movement won’t stop until dumsor stops | watch this space!
She also took a swipe at her fellow comrades in the limelight who had pretended not to see the #DumsorMustStop after trending for days in the media.
“I can’t believe there are Ghanaian celebrities on social media pretending not to have seen OUR movement!
God is watching all of you.”
Meanwhile, the former Aide to the Chief of Staff of the ruling government has retracted his earlier statement. He posted on Faebook:
“I feel embarrassed by my post against the celebrities. I was condemned both privately and publicly by my friends and party faithful. I respectfully admit that it was an avoidable blunder. I honestly and sincerely regret my action and I ask for forgiveness. To err is human.”