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Serwaa Amihere And Nana Aba Were Criticised On Twitter For Saying Nothing About The Julorbi Protests

Nana Aba Anamoah has come under fire from Twitter users for being silent during the ongoing #OccupyJulorbiHouse demonstrations.

The protests have been going on since Thursday and are dominating the news, yet Nana Aba Anamoah has stopped speaking as normal.

Social media users are astonished by Anamoah’s quiet and have begun calling her out because nothing happens on Twitter without her contribution.

People on the internet are baffled by her decision to remain silent while cops brutalise innocent protestors.

She was criticised in a number of tweets for her hypocrisy and double standards, along with some harsh remarks.

“Nana Aba hasn’t mentioned this demonstration in any way. If Serwaa Amihere and Ebe Big Grammar work together to disparage Bongo Ideas like she’s finished. “HYPOCRITE JOURNALIST,” a user of the internet wrote.

In reference to Anamoah and Serwaa Amihere, another person said: “With their breasts like “Wroro sapo” and UK used wigs being sold at Circle night market.”

Others warned the protest organisers to name Anamoah or risk losing their credibility forever, including Gyai Gyimii on Twitter.

There is a sense that because of their intimate relationships with her, they are hesitant to confront her.

“Nana Aba en boys can’t call her out because of the opportunities they will get for her side, but they want us to think that tomorrow will be a bad day for everyone,” Another user of the internet remarked, “Nyame b3 tua mo nyinaa ka mmoa #OccupyJulorbiHouse.”


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