#Dumsormuststop campaign masterminds actress Yvonne Nelson and Rapper Sarkodie have announced that their taken their anti-dumsor campaign from social media to the streets with a vigil scheduled for May 16 2015.

A letter dated May 4 2015 written to the Ghana Police addressed to the Greater Accra Regional Police Commander signed by Lawyers Kofi Bentil and Nana Akwasi Awuah, available to Peacefmonline.com spells out details their plans to hold the vigil and a procession at the University of Ghana, Legon.

Award winning Rapper Sarkodie and Sexy Actress Yvone Nelson has been on the forefront of the #Dumsormuststop campaign on social media for past few day releasing several statement on social media especially twitter question the competence of the John Mahama led and administration due to their clear inability to solved the over three-year-old power crisis the country is facing amidst poor economic management.

Other celebrities who have added their voices to the #Dumsormuststop campaign include; Actresses Lydia Forson, Juliet Ibrahim, Comedian DKB, Chris Attoh, Afia Schwarzenegger, Wanluv Kuborlor, Kwabena Kwabena, Gospel Musician Great Ampong, Music and Movie Producer Bandex among others.

This is how Yvonne Nelson announced the vigil on her facebook page; “The #dumsormuststop vigil is on Saturday 16th May! Join me and other citizens of GHANA Strictly non-partisan. This is simply a discharge of your civic responsibility to God and country. This is for the many people who have lost their jobs because of dumsor. This is for the many people who have lost their lives because of dumsor. This is for the school children who have to study with lanterns and torches to write exams. This is for the sick people at the hospitals who have to endure dumsor on their sick beds. This is for the many patients who are unable to receive efficient healthcare because of dumsor. This is for you and I and the unborn generation of this great nation,”

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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