Actor Van Vicker has thrown his weight behind celebrities who intend to lead a protest vigil against the worsening power crisis in Ghana.
In a tweet, the actor said,
“It’s all stressful and a waste of time on basics that shouldn’t take up limited time. It’s rather pathetic and unforgiving that we have.”
According to him,
“We film makers have serious production and post production challenges because of dumsor. It’s unfortunate that their commercials, because people don’t watch TV much no more. Movies purchasing power has declined some more; if you hardly have light.”
He added that, “Where is the sense of empathy from our rulers? We are getting laid off by our employers. TV advertisers are withdrawing.”
The actor, however, indicated that “I am floating on air to be a part of theDumsorMustStop team.”
Meanwhile, D Black, Nikki, E.L, Yvonne Nelson, Kwaw Kese, Ama K. Abebrese, Ras Kuku, Eddie Watson, DKB, Efya, Elliot, Becca, Lydia Forson, Joselyn Dumas, Confidence, Deborah Vanessah, Mercy Asiedu, afia schwarzenegger and every concern citizen of Ghana are all set to campaign against the power crisis.