Actor Van Vicker has explained why he shed tears when he was granting an interview at the #DumsorMustStop vigil held last Saturday from the Legon bridge to the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange.
The actor, who couldn’t stop tears running down his cheeks, expressed his frustration and disappointment in government’s inability to solve the current power crisis.
The actor has posted several tweets to explain to all his fans and the general public why he wept.
The vigil, which was led by Actress Yvonne Nelson and her co-stars, started with a peaceful procession from the Legon bridge, with the celebrities and their fans holding candles, torch lights, placards, fridge and lanterns to express their sentiments about the situation.
The peaceful vigil, even though two of the leading organisers—rapper Sarkodie and actress Lydia Forson— were absent, came off successfully, recording a massive turnout.
Below are some of Van Vicker’s reasons for crying as posted on his Twitter page:
Van Vicker @iam_vanvicker: I cried at the vigil because I was touched by all who showed up. That truly ppl are in pains because of dumsor. # DumsorMustStop
Van Vicker @iam_vanvicker : I cried at the vigil because of Etc Etc Etc. # DumsorMustStop # TheYoungGodFather
Vicker @iam_vanvicker : I cried at the vigil because I am fed up with dumsor running my life. # DumsorMustStop # TheYoungGodFather
Van Vicker @iam_vanvicker: I cried @ the vigil Bcos I dont see why my small cash i have i shld use it to buy a generator when i have sch fees to pay # DumsorMustStop .
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