Ghanaian outspoken actress, Lydia forson has poured out her vexation at African leaders for not speaking out about atrocities happening relating to elections in other African countries.
Lydia Forson’s comments come on the back of what’s happening in Uganda where, Bobi Wine, a musician is seeking to unseat Yoweri Museveni who has been ruling the East African country for some 35 years.
The electioneering campaign was characterised by violence and arrests of people in the camp of Bobi Wine.
As African leaders appeared to be minding their own business, Lydia Forson said the leaders have lost their voice on what is happening, and according to her, the day they’ll find that voice, it will rain sand.
She stated that diplomacy is meaningless when you look on whiles other people die for no reason just because they want their voices heard and their desire to resist oppression.
“The day leaders will find their voice to speak on atrocities happening in other African countries it will rain sand.
Imagine watching people die and staying quiet in the name of diplomacy; what’s diplomacy to a people being killed for standing up to oppression?”,
Lydia Forson tweeted.