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“I tweet when i want to,you don’t force me to” – Serwaa Amihere

Ghanaian broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere, has expressed her frustration with the frequent demands from certain segments of the public for her to comment on the OccupyJulorbiHouse protest.

She stated that she has used her social media platforms to advocate for causes aimed at urging the government to assist vulnerable individuals in society.

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She emphasized that nobody can compel her to post about the OccupyJulorbiHouse protest, which has garnered significant attention on social media. However, she added that she will share her thoughts on the matter of her own accord.

Serwaa Amihere’s remarks were prompted by calls from numerous Ghanaians on social media for her to lend her voice to the OccupyJulorbiHouse protest in order to amplify the protesters’ grievances.

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In a Twitter post on Friday, September 23, 2023, Serwaa Amihere reflected on the many occasions when she has advocated for problems to be addressed, including the recent flooding problem.

“I tweet when I want to. You don’t force me to. When I was talking about floods on TV and tweeting about them, you were selling sneakers,” she fumed.

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“I like your patriotism but don’t tell me what to tweet and what not to tweet! I am not lucky! I WORK! Nothing falls on my lap I work! Speaking for the woman in Zongo, I do it all the time.”

The #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest, spanning three days, concluded with celebrities playing a significant role in its vigor and effectiveness in conveying their concerns to the government.

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