Two of the 'headline' crusaders of the social media campaign that sought to fight the power crisis facing Ghanaians were noticeably absent at the vigil that was to climax the campaign.
Sarkodie gave an official reason for his absence, citing his video shoot with rapper, Ace Hood in the United States of America as a major contributor, Ghanaians went all out on him, but he still showed strong support for the cause via his social media channels.
Whereas no official reason was given by actress, Lydia Forson, for her absence, she has come out on Twitter to say that she has a lot to say, but will keep mute for the sake of "the cause". The "cause" here being implied to mean, "#DumsorMustStop".
Her tweets after that suggested that the actress probably had a falling out with some of the 'organisers' of the vigil and this may have led to her "no-show" at the event.
"I'm just disappointed that people who know the real story haven't even tried to say anything. Maybe to make themselves look good. (sic)", she tweeted.