Entertainment of Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Actress Bibi Bright, now secretary of the Creative Art Council has criticized in strong terms the Marwako abuse in which a Lebanese supervisor Jihad Chaaban at popular eatery Marwako dipped the face of a Ghanaian staff Evelyn Boakye in a grinded pepper paste.
She questioned how such a barbaric act could be treated lightly noting that a similar occurrence in Lebanon where the abuser is an African would have turned out ugly.
She said, “Let’s all imagine a black man shoving this white man’s face in blended pepper in Lebanon… what will happen before the police arrive? I can assure you of one thing!
That Blackman will be killed even before the police comes and there is nothing the Lebanon government will do about it… this man felt it was right to shove a Ghanaian girl’s face into blended pepper because she allegedly broke the blender.”
She lamented how this abusive Lebanese after shoving her face in the burning hot pepper allegedly locked her up in the room at 4:30pm till 10pm in the evening.
“Which black man will do this to a white man in his country and make it out alive to tell his story? Only in Ghana…” she said in her Instagram post.
She indicated that her call to action is based on her fear for her beloved citizens who are looking to secure jobs at the various factories President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has promised to establish in collaboration with foreign investors.
“My only fear now is the fact that I know one district one factory is going to happen and foreign investors are going to set up factories all around Ghana. Imagine if the right policies are not made to protect the Ghanaian employee. We will be slaves in our own country…” she said.
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