Alhaji Halidu Haruna took a rather direct and vitriolic backlash at the celebrities who jumped onto the trend.
Yvonne Nelson started a Twitter trend on the hashtag #DumsorMustEnd, which called for Ghanaians to take definitive action against the current government for failure to solve the power crisis. Dumsor has befallen the nation in increasing intensity recently.
Her tweets, and those of other celebrities, Sarkodie, John Dumelo, C-REAL amongst other, seem to have ruffled some feathers or at least drawn the attention of NDC faithfuls.
One of such faithfuls, a Alhaji Halidu Haruna took a rather direct and vitriolic backlash at the celebrities who jumped onto the trend.
He likened them to 'prostitutes', claiming that the celebrities were to be considered "irresponsible" as they were likely above 30 years of age and still unmarried.
In his rather acerbic Facebook post, Halidu, who is a former aide to the Chief of Staff of the NDC government claimed that they would not pay heed to the voices of people who have 'their mind[s] upside down and they don't sound reasonable again' because of the 'the prostitution that they are engage[d] in'
Obviously some users of the social media platform took to rebuking the gentleman, but even as at now, his post on Facebook remains adamantly public.