As a steadfast supporter, Ghanaian socialite Andrea Owusu, also known as Efia Odo, has committed to fighting for the country’s advancement wherever she finds herself.
She believed that in order for the government to hear the screams of the people, it was important for people like herself to publicize the difficulties that Ghanaians face on a daily basis.
The actress has been in the vanguard of protests, such as the #OccupyJulorbiHouse and #FixTheCountry rallies, which were supported by several concerned Ghanaians and celebrities in order to express their complaints to President Akufo-Addo on the appalling condition of the Ghanaian economy.
After Efia Odo left the nation for a while to live abroad, someone accused her of abandoning the demonstrators, and she responded.
“Don’t worry I’m going to fight for Ghana, no matter what country I’m in,” Efia Odo wrote on X, formerly Twitter.