Efia Odo, a socialite and actress from Ghana, has committed to be a steadfast champion for the country no matter where she finds herself.
According to her, people like herself should raise awareness of the difficulties Ghanaians face in the nation so that the government will take their plight seriously.
The actress has been at the vanguard of rallies, such as the #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest that several concerned Ghanaians and celebrities spearheaded to express their complaints to President Akufo-Addo over the appalling status of the Ghanaian economy.
Efia Odo responded when someone accused her of abandoning the protestors after she left the nation to live abroad for a while after the rally.
“Don’t worry I’m going to fight for Ghana, no matter what country I’m in,” Efia Odo wrote on X, formerly Twitter.
The actress was one of several famous people who participated in the #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest, which received widespread media coverage after the first day’s treatment of the demonstrators by the police.
After some protesters were initially detained by police during the event, the #OccupyJulorbiHouse demonstrators were praised by the public for their tenacity and perseverance.
Don’t worry I’m going to fight for Ghana, no matter what country I’m in https://t.co/ud38qRzTdw
— EFIAODO (@Efiaodo1) October 4, 2023