YVONNE NELSON BLASTS PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADD0 FOR TURNING AMBULANCE DISTRIBUTION INTO FUNFAIR

Actress, Yvonne Nelson has called out President Nana Akufo-Addo for turning government’s long over due responsibility into funfair.

According to the sexy screen diva it was absolutely unnecessary for the presidency to design fliers about simple commissioning and distribution of the ambulance.

The actress and movie producer stated that the ambulances should have been distributed long ago to help save our dying health system. So if after so many years they are finally performing their responsibilities, there was no need to politicise it.

In a tweet Yvonne Nelson said the Ghanaians have lost if they see nothing wrong with the designing posters for the commissioning and distribution of the ambulances.

She wrote

“How on earth are we designing posters for the commissioning and distribution of OUR ambulances that should have been sent ages ago to help save Ghanaians! Enough of the POSTERS. This aint a MOVIE! Our Health system sucks! We’ve lost our way!”.

Yvonne’s comments come after President Nana Addo shared a purposely designed artwork ahead of the commissioning and  distribution of ambulances.

Sharing photos from a special ceremony on the President’s official social media platforms, he wrote:

“On Tuesday, 28th January, 2020, I commissioned and presented 307 brand new, state-of-the-art ambulances, fitted with advanced life support equipment and tracking devices, to be distributed to 275 constituencies, i.e. 1-Constituency-1-Ambulance, to be managed by the National Ambulance Service, and the remainder of 32 ambulances to the headquarters of the Service. This is the single largest presentation of ambulances made to the Ghana Ambulance Service, since its establishment in 2004.

As against the scenario whereby 1 ambulance served approximately 524,000 people at the end of December 2016, today, we have a much-improved ratio of 1 ambulance serving approximately 84,000 people.”

President Akufo-Addo commissioned and distributed 307 brand new ambulances at a well-publicised ceremony at the Independence Square On Tuesday, 28th January, 2020. The ceremony was covered across the media landscape in Ghana.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 

“GHANAIANS ARE SUFFERING” – Yvonne Nelson Tells President Akufo-Addo

Sexy and outspoken Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has once again expressed her opinion on the current of affairs in Ghana via social media.

The screen goddess and film producer earlier today called the attention of the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to the suffering of the Ghanaian masses.

According to the ‘FIX US’ producer, Ghanaians are not ‘seeing top’ and she knows the president knows about the suffering his administration is causing Ghanaians.

She tweeted, “Mr. President Ghanaians NO DEY SEE TOP!!!! I know you know! We are suffering!

It would be recalled that later part of 2019, Miss Yvonne Nelson asked the president to have a question and answer session with Ghanaians, but the president did not respond to the call.

“Mr. President, when are Ghanaians getting a Q&A session/time with you? Not journalists, or media personalities, I’m talking about (students, carpenters, drivers, doctors, waakye sellers, tailors, hairdressers, mothers. etc) we have a lot of questions,” , Yvonne’s tweet.

Her latest tweet telling the president about the suffering of Ghanaians have however been met with diverse reactions.

ACTRESS YVONNE NELSON REVEALS DREAM TO BE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF GHANA

Ghanaian actress and film producer, Yvonne Nelson, has disclosed that she may consider playing an active role in politics and will not rule out the possibility of being the first female president of the country.

Ms Nelson, who is set to premiere her latest movie titled ‘Fix Us’, told Natalia Andoh on Class91.3FM’s Touch of Class that she is educating herself some more with masters programme in order to equip her in addressing certain societal issues.

Responding to social media comments about her involvement in politics after being vocal about several developmental issues the multiple award-winning actress said: “Maybe, I will, I will do some politics; it is 50-50 that is why I am back in school doing International Relations”.

Ms Nelson, who produced ‘Single and Married’ in 2012 and ‘House of Gold’ in 2013 articulated that she loves human rights and gender activism as well as tourism. For her, she would like to play an active role in the tourism sector and would not mind spearheading a tourism campaign.

Asked by the host if she was looking at being a Tourism Minister by 2028, she retorted: “I don’t know, maybe the President, you never know, the first female president of Ghana…God just…you know…he is guiding me so I am taking it slow”.

When pushed to confirm her interest in the highest office of the land, Ms Nelson said: “Maybe, you never know, one day”.

“Fix Us’ premiers at the Silverbird cinema on 6 December 2019. The film has superstars such as Yvonne Okoro, Tobi from Big Brother Nigeria, Michelle Attoh, Hajia4real, Irene Logan and Prince David Osei.

SEX FOR EVERYTHING IS PART OF THE WORLD – Yvonne Nelson

Actress Yvonne Nelson is envisaging that sex for grades won’t end any time soon considering the provocative dressing of some female students in the country’s tertiary institutions.

According to her, the once-revered private parts of ladies is currently on display on social media which could be a recipe to the conduct of some lecturers

Her comments come on the back of a discussion on sex for grades in some Tertiary Institutions in the country.

She noted that amidst the conversation, there is the need to take note of the fact that young ladies are also a contributory factor to the demand for s*x for grade from lecturers because places which hitherto were covered are now made open to the public.

Her tweet read “Sex for grades! Sex for jobs! Sex for everything in our part of the world! Your brains don’t matter here. It’s the covered parts they want, oh wait, these parts aren’t covered anymore…it’s free on social media. Will it ever change??”

There’s now a culture on social media, especially Instagram and snapchat where young ladies expose their bodies to men just to get get some monies from them. Some women have made it a cash cow where they make all their money from.

I HAVE A THING FOR REAL GOD FEARING MEN – Actress Yvonne Nelson Reveals

Award-winning Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has disclosed the kind of men she prefers.

In a post on Twitter, the mother of one revealed that she has a thing for real God-fearing men.

The actresses preference when it comes to men is no longer a secret as she has revealed it.

It is now clear that the actress will no longer be romantically involved with men who are not religious.

She Tweeted;

“I have a THING for REAL God-fearing men! ”
Aside Yvonne Nelson is a very outspoken political critic and social activist. She is credited to have a nationwide end Dumsor demonstration #DumorMustStop against the Mahama administration. She has also criticised some policies by the current Nana Addo led administration.

Social Media is her biggest platform she uses to express herself.

BE PATIENT WITH PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO – Yvonne Nelson Tell Ghanaians

Screen goddessYvonne Nelson believes President Akufo-Addo needs more time to be able to fulfil his campaign promises.

Yvonne has said that Ghanaians should be patient with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, as he turns the country around for the better, movie producer and actress Yvonne Nelson has said.

The “Tomorrow Never Comes” actress said President Akufo-Addo has two more years to end his first term of office and, therefore, still has time to fix things.

Ms Nelson told TV3 News on Tuesday, 5 February 2019 that she once complained that times were hard under the Akufo-Addo administration after she realised the cost of commodities had gone up.

“But I believe he still has time and, so, let us be patient with him,” she said regarding the performance of the president.

She added that “He still has two more years to go”, so Ghanaian should be patient for him to finish his four-year term.

Source: NKONKONSA.com

 

 

I AM DONE WITH NIGERIAN MEN – Yvonne Nelson

Celebrated actress Yvonne Nelson says she does not intend to date any Nigerian man due to her past experience.

According to her, she is now ready for a serious date but will not consider Nigerian men among her suitors.

The award-winning actress was speaking on ‘Cooks and Braggarts’, a cooking show hosted by Yvonne Okoro. She said she once posted on her Instagram page seeking a date but was shocked that no one reached out.

“You mean my post? No! No! No one reached out to me…maybe they don’t believe me. It is what it is. I am looking for one. Infact get me one in Ghana,” Yvonne Nelson said.

“As for Nigerian men I am done,” the actress jokingly added. It will be recalled that Yvonne Nelson was previously in a serious relationship with Nigerian artiste Iyanya.

However, the relationship between the pair did not last, as it ended on the rocks some months later.

“We broke up because we hardly had time for each other. I was hustling and I would do four shows in a day and I will make 2 million. So, I won’t say because I was in love with a woman I’m going to see money and I’m going to lay back,” Iyanya later explained in an interview.

Perhaps, it is Yvonne Nelson’s experience with Iyanya is what has led to her decision not to ever date Nigerian men.

YVONNE NELSON PREMIERES HER LATEST MOVIE “SIN CITY” ON VAL’S DAY

Actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson will on Val’s Day February 14 outdoor a new movie titled, Sin City with a grand premiere at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra.
Movie fans will be taken through yet another exciting cinema experience while  they also learn from the movie. Sin City tackles some of the difficulties in marriage and relationships, covering the mysteries of love, mortality, loyalty, and human vows.
Directed by Pascal Amanfo, it stars the 2018 Ghana Movie Awards Beast Actress In Lead Role award winner; Yvonne Nelson, Adjetey Anang, Kweku Elliot, Kunle Remi, Regina Van Helvert, Gabriel Narh Addo, Rosaline Meurer, Michelle McKinney Hammond  and  Oscar Provencal among others.
Coming from the stables of  YN Productions, movie enthusiasts are assured of nothing but an awesome experience on Val’s Day.
Sin City tells the story of Philip (Kunle Remi ) and Julia (Yvonne Nelson), a couple high up on the ladder of success and living their dream. Their marriage seems perfect except they  can’t seem to get to spend time with each other owing to Philips’ frequent trips.
Finally when they decide to spend time together and go away for a few days, then comes the twists and turns that movie enthusiasts will see for themselves on Val’s Day.
The premiere is expected to attracted all who matter in the movie industry and beyond. On Friday Yvonne announced the movie with the release of its trailer on her Instagram.
“I wanna see you all on Val’s day .. its gonna be a party SINCITY Premieres on the 14th of February at the Silverbird cinemas Accra mall at 7pm sharp,” she said when she shared the trailer.

I DON’T HAVE ANY INVESTMENT WITH MENZGOLD – Yvonne Nelson

Actress Yvonne Nelson has denied claims that she is one of the frustrated customers of Menzgold Ghana Limited who invested huge sums of money into the company’s gold dealings.

Menzgold Ghana has shutdown since September 2018 and a bench warrant has been issued for the arrest of all directors of the company for failure to refund client’s monies.

The CEO of the company, Nana Appiah Mensah, who is popularly known as NAM1, has been trending on both social and traditional media circles since the warrant of arrest was issued.

A list of alleged frustrated customers of Menzgold circulating on social media mentioned Yvonne Nelson and other celebrities. But Yvonne said she is not a customer. She has never stepped foot in the offices of Menzgold before.

“Whoever is using my image in this Menzgold crap better watch out! I don’t have any investment with them! Why don’t you write about their artistes? Rubbish,” he said on Twitter.

“Cut this bullshit! Not in the mood! Have never even entered their office,” she also said on Instagram.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Yvonne Nelson announced her new movie titled ‘Sin City’.

Produced by her YN Productions, it will premiere on Val’s Day February 14 at Silverbird Cinemas at the Accra and West Hill Malls.

‘Sin City’ tells the story of Philip (Kunle Remi) and Julia (Yvonne Nelson), a couple high up on the ladder of success and living the dream life. Their marriage seems perfect except for the suppressed fact the couple can’t seem to get to spend time with each other owing to Philips’ frequent trips.

Finally when they decide to spend time together and go away for a few days, there come the twists and turns of that movie enthusiasts will see for themselves. It also stars Adjetey Annan, Regina Van-Helvert, Kweku Elliot and a host of others.

Source: Daily Guide

“I AM ALSO DISAPPOINTED IN YOU” – Yvonne Nelson Replies Gabby Otchere-Darko

Actress and Filmmaker Yvonne Nelson has reacted to what she describes as “disappointing comments” by Politician and Lawyer, Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko.

Gabby Otchere-Darko who is a very influential member of the ruling New Patriotic PartyNPP) party and cousin of President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo had said in a social media post that the Ghanaian movie industry is being unproductive. According to Gabby, he took time to watch 10 random Ghanaian movies and he was very disappointed after watching.

He wrote: “I took my time to watch randomly ten Ghanaian movies and never felt so disappointed. It brought home to me one major deficiency in our development. The apparent lack of deliberate consciousness on the part of the creative industry in the development conversation.

The presence of the creative industry appears at best peripheral in Ghana’s development narrative. Our movies, our songs, our arts, by and large, do not impactfully plug into a greater development agenda.

Hollywood, for the best part of a century, has been deliberately used by America to push successfully American cultural “supremacy” agenda; it has been used as an effective instrument of military or economic indoctrination.

But, what has been the underlying consciousness behind our creative industry, if any? What role, for instance, can actors in the creative industry play to define and realize this whole important concept of moving Ghana Beyond Aid? We must elevate consciousness in Ghana if we are serious about winning”.

However, actress Yvonne Nelson didn’t take kindly to the comment and she has reacted with a couple of tweets.

She had this reply: “Kumawood has created jobs for so many people! It has Put smiles on a lot of faces in our country! Your judgement is just so low! Disappointing!”

She was not done, she ‘kicked’ him more:

“Hello @GabbyDarko is your interview on peacefm online real?? If it is I’m also disappointed! A few of us are pushing really hard for this industry! Since our leaders have also totally abandoned the industry, we contribute too, just like nurses,doctors..etc”

She went on: “How do you even compare Hollywood to our industry! It’s like comparing our economy to theirs! Leadership!!!!! We need structures in place and some encouragement not this! What do we do when TV networks get cheaper content from India and Latin America?” she schooled Gabby.

Source: NKONKONSA.com