Movie producer cum director, Leila Djansi has cautioned journalists to reason before using her name in headlines.
Movie producer cum director, Leila Djansi has cautioned a journalist (unknown) to reason before using her name in headlines.
Leila, after expressing regrets for campaigning for the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Tuesday following what she describes as incompetence on the part of government, took to her Facebook timeline again to address issues of tribal politics.
The Sinking Sands producer questioned why a journalist tagged her as a member of the NDC just because she is an Ewe.
Here is her unedited post:
If given the choice between being a goat, and being an Ewe (a voltarian from Ghana), I bet most will choose to be goats. Cos being an Ewe is a job, a task. Oops. I forgot. We are the dregs. The ones who are not even Ghanaian. Wanderers. Not fit to be Ghanaian.
So, because Leila Djansi once campaigned for NDC, it automatically means she did that cos she is an Ewe and NDC was formed by an Ewe man. How do people come up with such crap??? So bloody what if I'm NDC and happen to be Ewe? Is it a crime?
Here's the kicker. Y'all run around with ashanti names, blasting NDC... and yet, you blast me for being NDC and Ewe sooooooooo that obviously means you are also Ashanti and NPP. But since you believe you are intellectually above us all, its ok for you to have political tribal affiliations.
That moment when he who thinks he's wise discovers he's actually very dumb!
Reason before you talk or write or use my name in headlines!
Don't spoil my day. My seamstress confirmed my butt has increased by really large portions. I'm in a good mood. Leave me alone!!
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