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Occupy Julorbi House: EL joins day 2 of demonstration; says Ghanaians are tired

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Ghanaian rapper, EL has joined day two of the “Occupy Julorbi House” demonstration following a “distasteful” tweet about the protest yesterday.

While scores of celebrities were adding their voices to the movement via tweets, EL had shared a tweet totally out of subject, which prompted his followers to ask him to “read the room.”

EL responded to the “read comments’ stating that he does not care about any “room” and received heavy backlash for his opinion.

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However, on day 2 of the protest, which happens to be today, Friday, September 2, EL has physically joined the protest.

Speaking in an interview with TV3, the “Koko” hitmaker stated;

“I’m here to express my solidarity as a member of the music community.”

Read also: Occupy Julorbi House: Celebs lambasted for staying mute on protest

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When asked why he didn’t join yesterday, he responded saying;

“I wasn’t around yesterday. It was a very heavy day for me yesterday.Better late than never.”

He continued; “I’ve been of the view that the Ghanaian is not absolutely free. We are tired, we are fed of the economy, the mismanagement, funds are just been mismanaged so I’m just here to voice my concern and show my solidarity and to stand with my brothers and sisters.”

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