According to reports, the police arrested the actress alongside ten other protesters on Friday 25th June, 2021.
Her reactions came after a court hearing which had earlier placed a ban on the #FixTheCountry Protesters.
The actress uploaded a photo on her Twitter handle @efiado1 which she tagged, “Little bruises on the way to fix the country”.
While the court session was on, some protesters were camped in front of the court holding placards with “Fix The Country”, “Free Efia Odo” written on them.
Recall that youths in Ghana started an online protest Monday 3rd May, 2021 to complain about the harsh economic situation in the country.
The protest which was billed to hold Sunday 9th May, 2021 could not hold; because Ghana Police service secured a court injunction against the #FixTheCountry protest.
In a more recent tweet, Efia odo wrote; “How many more people are going to be attacked? So now we can’t speak on the issues we are facing as a people in this country? WTF!! #RIPKaaka”.
A member of #FixTheCountry movement, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed, popularly known as Macho Kaka, has been reported dead after he was attacked by a mob on 25th June, 2021 in Ejura in the Ashanti Region.
According to reports Mohammed died on 28th June, 2021 while receiving treatment at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital from injuries he sustained during a mob attack.
Macho Kaaka uses social media to talk about developmental issues. He usually highlights areas of his community that need urgent attention.