Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has advised Ghanaian to think of their health and lives in this time of COVID-19 before thinking of political issues, that is joining queues to register for this year’s voting.
the mother of one stressed that political leaders in the country don’t care about anyone, hence Ghanaians should use their common sense as you only live once.
according to her in a tweet, when the COVID-19 virus was first recorded in the country, people were asked to stay at home to prevent contracting the virus.
however, when they saw the need for a voters register, they removed the lockdown and are asking Ghanaians to go out and register.
She further stated that the upcoming election would not make any positive impact in the life of the ordinary Ghanaian but would rather endanger lives, so why risk lives just to see it come on.
“Politician: stay home, stay safe ~ people: ok ~ Politician: go out and register ~ people: ok ME: the politician doesn’t care about you, use your common sense, this election won’t change anything in your life, joining crowded queues endangers your life.” she tweeted.
see the tweet below: