Ghanaian actress/activist, Yvonne Nelson seem to have reached her apex with the current economic hardship facing the country.
The stunning mother of one who joined her other industry colleagues to express her disappointment at the Akufo-Addo led administration admitted the country is indeed hard.
“Times are hard in this country!!!! It’s that bad!!!!” Yvonne Nelson tweeted out her frustrations.
This comes a few days after actress Lydia Forson, Shatta Wale and A Plus who is a known sympathizer of the ruling government had also expressed their disappointment at how the government is running the economy.
According to the opinionated actress, Lydia Forson, the government led by President Nana Akufo-Addo, has failed to deliver on its promises.
Lydia in an earlier interview when asked if the government ticks all her boxes, she answered in the negative.
“No, absolutely not,” she said.
Shatta Wale had also said the youth of Ghana are suffering because there are no jobs for them.
In a Facebook post, he noted that the youth are unhappy about hard economic conditions in the country.
“Remember when the youth rise there is no stopping cuz everybody is saying it loud now ..Chale money no dey…the system hard, my job spoil, this government has failed us. Yes this is what the street is saying and anyone who will comment and say am lying is a damn liar himself ..” Mr president stand up !!!” he wrote.
A-Plus, a close friend of President Nana Ado Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has also said he is unhappy with the performance of the NPP government.
According to him, he is disappointed in some people in government and the failure of the party to fulfil some of its campaign promises to Ghanaians.
He cited the recent decision by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture to invest $4.5 million to host the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) in Ghana as one of the worst decisions taken by the ministry.