Good news hits the camp of Psalm Adjeteyfio who is popularly known by most of the people in Ghana as TT. Some days ago, Psalm Adjeteyfio came out to inform the people of Ghana that, he wants them to help him with an amount of GH¢ 3,000 to pay for his rent for the next six months. He also stated that, he does not even has a place he could call his own, so he lives in a rented apartment. But when we woke up this morning, good news has hits the camp of Psalm Adjeteyfio. According to the information reaching us, the vice president of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has heard Psalm Adjeteyfio case, and he has decided to come in to save the veteran actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio regarding his current situation. According to the information reaching us, a source closed to the vice president's office say the actor, who was looking for Gh¢ 3,000 Ghana Cedis to pay for six months rent window get money that will take care of up to five (5) years rent from the Vice president of Ghana.
Commenting on a Facebook post asking one of the vice president’s aides, lawyer Akbar Yussi Khomeini to draw his attention to the actor’s situation, he replied, “Truth is that we have already dealt with it this morning. I am meeting them tomorrow to hand over money to them.”
Meanwhile, another source says the second gentleman of the land is most likely to secure a permanent accommodation for the 73 years actors who has been begging to for a roof over his head.
This is good act from the vice president of Ghana for helping a man who used to bring smiles in the faces of the people of Ghana. And all that we can tell the Vice president of Ghana is that, God bless him.
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