Dumsor vigil: Court approves new date after Police withdraws lawsuit


The Ghana Police Service has withdrawn its legal action against the #DumsorMustStop vigil, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 25, 2024.

The Accra High Court 5 ruled in favor of the organizers on Friday, May 24, accepting their proposal for a new date. The vigil will now take place on Saturday, June 8, 2024, starting from the University of Ghana.

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Actress Yvonne Nelson, in a post on X, invited Ghanaians to join her in a massive protest against the recent erratic power cuts. This call to action follows similar protests organized by Yvonne and other celebrities in 2015 to express their displeasure with the consistent power outages during the Mahama government.

Yvonne Nelson hopes for a similar turnout this time to address the recurring power crisis, locally known as ‘dumsor’.

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