Ghanaians can steal your joy, don’t let them – Yvonne Nelson to Efia Odo

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It seems Ghanaian celebrities have now had enough of criticisms from Ghanaians and cannot take anymore. Because of these criticisms, Ghana’s screen godess, Yvonne Nelson, has encouraged her colleague, Efia Odo to stay positive and not make Ghanaians steal her joy.

In a post to wish her a happy birthday on Instagram, Yvonne Nelso told  the television personalityto keep enjoying her life and forget about everybody.

“Happy birthday lil sis @efia_odo I can just feel the positive viiiiibes! Don’t let them take away your joy! Protect it! Cherish it. Enjoy your special day #ynjollof on me when you are back! Bring the BOO!,” her post read.

Efia Odo is a free-spirited television personality and actress who lives her life on social media. She became born again after Ebony Reigns died through a gory accident. Recently, she was criticised by Delay for putting too much of her personal life out there on social media when she posted pictures of hernew boyfriend on social media with racy captions.

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