Actress Fella Makafui has taken a swipe at the Communications Minister over her comments that people who are complaining about hardships in the country are witches.
The actress joined a number of entertainment personalities and Ghanaians who were not amused by the comments of the Minister.
Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful incurred the wrath of a section of Ghanaians when it emerged that she had said only witches are complaining of hardship in Ghana under the Nana Akufo-Addo government.
Reacting to the comment, Fella said under a post of the story on Instagram that, “we all witches then.”
She further commented that “the way the system is hard hmm it’s sad our leaders are actually sounding this way…Even we that have business are not seeing top so imagine those not doing anything at all .. Business is slow .‘And she is actually sounding this way ?? lol I’m not surprised.”
Adding her voice to the resentments, actress Salma Mumin noted that, “well they [politicians] are our biggest problem. Until all these menopause leaders are gone, nothing positive will ever happen It is a problem my sister.”
“People are so hungry and jobless because there are no job opportunities in the system so all most of the population does is scam. Even when you have enough to invest, and care is not taken or if God do not intervene you still get duped! Let’s pray for young and vibrant leaders Until then we are going to suffer till till till. God forbid though,” she added.
Vicky Zugah, who was equally not happy about the comment, also said “Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
“Ooh then I am WITCH! A big fat one!” Mimi Andani-Michaels, Director of the Golden Movie Awards Africa, replied the Communications Minister.