According to Valentina Nana Agyiewaa popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, who is a media and businesswoman, Ghanaians should work hard and stop having the perception that when they die, they will not take their riches to the grave.
She said this in reaction to the death of T. B Joshua, the renowned televangelist, who died a few days ago. She said that most people in Ghana, have the perception that they will not take their wealth away with them when they die and so they don’t want to work hard.
She went on to say that T.B Joshua left behind his wealth for his children and so Ghanaians should work hard for their children and not themselves, otherwise they will die in poverty. And even their funerals will not go on well. And it is only the poor people who will have bad mentalities about rich people.
What do you think of Afia Schwarzenegger’s comments?
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