Akufo Addo Knows What To Do To Improve The Lives Of Ghanaians But He Won’t Do It – Stonebwoy


The winner of numerous awards Reggae dancehall musician Stonebwoy of Ghana has sparked debate online with his claim that artists have no power to shape government policy in the country.

The only people who can influence social policy, in his view, are those already in positions of authority.

Even though the “Into the Future” singer knows his or her music is important and appreciated, he wants fans to know they shouldn’t hold him or her to unrealistic standards when it comes to influencing public policy.

Stonebwoy made the remark in response to a fan comment on his Snapchat, illustrating how celebrities usually avoid getting involved in national issues.

Given the current #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest taking place in the country, this statement takes on added significance.

In order to address urgent economic issues and corruption, the Democracy Hub, a group of young activists, has organized a protest using the hashtag #OccupyJulorbiHouse.

On Thursday, September 21, 2023, the protest went ahead despite an injunction from the Ghana Police.

Strong criticism was directed at the police response, particularly the arrests made during the protest, for obstructing the constitutional right to protest and the appearance of excessive force.

There was outrage among protesters and legal representatives trying to secure the release of those detained after they were taken to various police stations in the capital.


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