Ghanaian actress and social media influencer, Efia Odo, is calling on her fellow entertainers and celebrities to do more than just tweeting and join the ongoing protests demanding better living conditions amidst economic hardships in the country.
Efia Odo expressed her disappointment with what she perceives as inaction from her colleagues, urging them to step up and participate actively in the protests rather than confining their support to social media. She emphasized the need for celebrities to physically engage with the issues that affect the people they represent.
She stressed the importance of solidarity with the fans and supporters of the entertainment industry, emphasizing that celebrities should reciprocate the love and loyalty they receive from their audience by actively participating in efforts to bring about positive change.
Efia Odo also called on celebrities with significant platforms to use their influence to amplify the voices of those struggling in the current economic climate. She believes that the real impact is made by being on the streets, actively contributing to making a positive change in society.
In her passionate plea, Efia Odo underlined the importance of celebrities showing up where and when it matters, beyond the comfort of social media or their own homes, to demonstrate their care and support for the people who have supported their careers in music, movies, and entertainment.
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