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If You Go To Hell, I’ll Give Up My Place In Heaven To Fan Your Hellfire, A Furious Internet User Slams Gabby Otchere-Darko (Details)

An irate Twitter user has gone viral after pledging to give up her place in paradise as long as it makes Gabby Otchere-Darko’s experience in hell worse.

The recent #OccupyJulorbiHouse protests were attempted to be justified by Gabby, Ghana’s unofficial Prime Minister, by portraying it as a global sentiment. M.Mansa (@Nuella_Mogul) on Twitter (X) released her viral statement in response.

“In the last three years alone, there have been more public protests in democratic states than at any time in the same part of the 20th century.

In the end, it is the police’s responsibility to uphold the rights of protesters while also preserving public safety and maintaining peace and order in a democratic setting. Both are possible without escalating into violence,” Tweeted by Otchere-Darko.

M.Mansa responded to the NPP guru, saying, “Gabby. I will give up my place in heaven to fan your hellfire when you go to hell.

Check out the conversation below.

Twitter users have praised @Nuella_Mogul for her tweet since the post has gained a lot of attention there.

Unprecedented levels of youth rage have recently come to the surface and been channelled into the #OccupyJulorbiHouse movement.

Young people today are fed up with the thieves running things and will do everything to clap back at them.


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