Ghanaian social media influencer Elomi Ababio, more commonly referred to as Ama Governor, has become part of the #OccupyJulorbiHouse protests and has criticized the current government for the prevailing hardships in the country.
Speaking to Joy News, she called on the government to address the pressing issues that have long plagued the nation, emphasising that the youth will not stop protesting until things change.
Expressing her frustration, she lamented that despite having four sources of income, she still struggles to take public transportation. “I have been working for 7 years, but there is nothing to show for it, the government should give us a break”
Making reference to her refusal to be called to the bar, “she said the one that I have worked the hardest for, my law career gets blocked by an anonymous petition, questioning the human rights law in the country.
“We are not dumb, we are suffering ,we need jobs “she lamented
Also citing the recent scandal around Cecilia Dapaah, who is currently under investigation by the OSP for corruption and corruption-related offences after two of her houses helps were charged for stealing more than $1 million, €300,000 in cash and other valuable items from her residence at Abelemkpe.
According to Ama Govenor, instead of finding the source of the alleged stolen funds, govt is rather applauding Cecilia Dapaah for her services.
“Look at the amount of money that was found in our madam’s house, yet what did they do? They thanked her for her services and let her go” she said ,adding that “according to the constitution, if you are in that kind of position, you are to declare all assets ,so later if you are in possession of an amount of money, you can be questioned “
She demanded that things must change in the country.
The OccupyJulorbiHouse protest has gained significant traction in recent weeks, drawing attention from various segments of society. Its primary goal is to advocate for better governance and urge the country’s leadership to address the pressing issues that have long plagued the nation. Citizens have been coming together, demanding reforms in areas such as education, healthcare, infrastructure, and economic policies.