The high cost of living in Ghana under the stewardship of President Akufo-Addo and Dr. Bawumia-led NPP government has made most Ghanaians vulnerable in their own country. The majority are very sad and disheartened living in their own country all because of the High cost of living including prominent personalities like journalists.
The Metro Tv newsreader Bridget Otoo has revealed this morning that cement prices are up again and it will be very difficult to challenge her claim since she deals in cement products. From all indications, it seems it's unbearable to watch how prices of commodities increase exponentially now and then. The journalist made it known how tiring it is to be announcing such news.
Despite the high prices of petroleum products, there is also a rising cost of rent, transportation, and now building materials. Cement is a commodity that many Ghanaians are concerned about and interested in knowing the actual price from time to time since everyone wants to build. Even though the journalist didn't indicate the new price, her assertions are likely to be true.
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