Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has descended on netizens for trolling Popular Youtuber Miss Elorm Ababio, also known as Ama Governor
These trolls come at the back of yet another setback in her journey to be called to the bar as a lawyer.
The General Legal Council (GLC) announced on Wednesday, October 18, 2023; that it had suspended the Call to the Bar application by Ama Governor.
Despite having successfully passed ll her mandatory examinations in 2022, the GLC’s decision is based on a scrutiny of her conduct leading up to her application, as revealed in a letter signed by Judicial Secretary, Justice Cyra Pamela C. A. Koranteng.
This development has gained significant attention on social media platforms, with users sharing their thoughts and opinions on the matter. Ama Governor has now been in the spotlight multiple times over issues related to her Call to the Bar.
Some criticised Ama Governor, suggesting that her recent pronouncements about her sexuality and the outcome of the committee that heard the anonymous petition against her call last year may have contributed to her current situation.
On the other hand, there are those who defend her right to be who she wants to be and question the need for the GLC’s current position. Among those backing her is Lydia Forson, taking to her Twitter handle, who said “Ama Govenor will be fine, she may suffer a lot of pain, hurt, and frustration, but eventually she will be fine. History never remembers the silent, but those who challenged the system and made their voices heard. You and your trolling on the other hand will be forgotten”