‘My mental health is at stake, I’m taking a break’ – Efia Odo
Social media personality, Efia Odo, who is also a key member of the FixTheCountry campaign, says she is taking a break from championing the cause.
In a statement posted on Instagram handle yesterday, Afia Odo hinted that her decision is due to the fact that her “mental health is at stake”.
There have been allegations that some NDC bigwigs have been sponsoring and pushing envelops to some conveners of the campaign, and Efia Odo who has been an active participant of the campaign says she is “not political”, hence her decision to take a break.
The conveners of the campaign were in court with the police, in their drive to stage demonstrations to further push their agenda.
Afia Odo was among more than ten (10) persons who were arrested by the police for demonstrating in front of the Law Court Complex in Accra, as part of the #FixTheCountry protests.
The group was demonstrating in front of the Law Court Complex where the Criminal Division of the Court was hearing a case by the police seeking to place an injunction on the #FixTheCountry demonstration.
But she was subsequently released, and has been on some traditional media platforms to keep pushing the agenda of the campaign.
In an Instagram post on June 25, she indicated that FixTheCountry is “a cause worth fighting for.”
However, on Monday July 5, 2021, she made u-turn saying she is taking a break from the campaign.
“I will like to take this time to let you all know that I am going on hiatus. My mental health is at stake at this moment. My love for this country and humanity has turned into something I am not, political. I am for peace and equality. My heart and intentions are as pure as gold. Things are too heavy for me right now. Take care,” she wrote on Instagram.