Afro gypsy musician Wanlov The Kubolor has suggested the need for Ghanaian celebrities to stage another demonstration against government’s handling of the power crisis but says the next one ought to be staged at the Flagstaff House in Accra, Ghana’s official seat of government.
He said there should be further demonstrations to exert more pressure on the John Mahama-led government to fix the ongoing power crisis.
Last week Saturday, Wanlov joined some of the country’s famous celebrities and the public at a big vigil held to remind government of the extent to which the crisis is affecting the country.
The event was led by popular actress Yvonne Nelson and other celebrities such as Van Vicker, DKB, Prince David Osei, E.L, D Black, Efya and a host of others.
It started as a procession from the bridge at the University of Ghana and ended at the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange, with participants carrying lanterns, torch lights, and candles among other, to symbolise dumsor in their homes.
Wanlov said that he attended the vigil because he was also affected by the dumsor.
According to him, should government refuse to fix the power crisis, the seat of government would be the next venue for a #DumsorMustStop vigil.
“If the dumsor doesn’t stop, I think the next vigil will be held at the Flagstaff House,” he told Multi TV.
Wanlov is one of the Ghanaian musicians who have been vocal on the worsened power crisis. He now walks in town with an ECG branded helmet to show his frustration.