Let's end the 'fa ma nyame' behaviour and hold our Leaders at the neck - Lydia Forson tells Ghanaians
Ghanaian actress, writer, and producer Lydia Forson has asked Ghanaians to end the "Fa Ma Nyame" behaviour, until then, the leaders of the country will not take them seriously.
The actress presented her admonishing on her Twitter account saying,
"We’re not angry enough in this country- our “fa ma nyame “ attitude is why politicians will continue to take us for granted.
They know the most we’ll do is rant a little bit and get on with our lives."
— Miss Forson (@lydiaforson) November 10, 2018
At about 3 pm Thursday, Marriam, a student of West African Senior High School according to reports set out to meet her female friends to study but she met her unfortunate death by getting knocked by a taxi.
The death of the female student on the Madina-Adentan Highway in Accra triggered fresh outrage as angry residents set tyres ablaze on the road and Lydia Forson has asked Ghanaians to get much angry and stop the "Fa Ma Nyame" behaviour.