On Saturday (September 23), celebrated artist Stonebwoy joined a protest against bad governance, rallying for positive change and improved governance in Ghana.
The internationally acclaimed Ghanaian singer, known for his impactful music and social activism, added his voice to the growing chorus of citizens demanding accountability and transparency from their government. “We’re all Ghanaians; we’re all citizens. We all believe in Ghana, and we don’t have anywhere apart from Ghana. No matter the perimeter we are allowed, we’re still going to make sure the world is listening to us,” Stonebwoy proclaimed to the enthusiastic gathering.
The protest, organized by a coalition of concerned citizens and advocacy groups, took place at 37 military hospital in Accra and drew a diverse crowd of individuals from all walks of life. They gathered to express their dissatisfaction with the current state of governance, calling for reforms that prioritize the needs and aspirations of the people.
Stonebwoy, a household name in the music industry and admired for his commitment to social causes, spoke passionately about the need for change during the protest. His presence not only energized the crowd but also emphasized the importance of unity in the fight for a better future. His involvement in the protest also has further amplified the message, reaching a broader audience and inspiring more individuals to actively engage in the movement for change.