Veteran Actor Psalm Adjetefio aka TT who was recently on the news seeking for help and support to pay his ¢3,000 rent is back again with another revelation.
In a recent interview on City News, Psalm Adjetefio made it clear that, he is owing an amount of eight thousand to the Electricity Company of Ghana. In the interview, he expressed that his major headache now is how to settle the ¢8,000 bill that was recently brought.
However, TT did not say he needs help from Ghanaians, but he said he is in debt which is giving him headache to pay.
This comes after the Vice President and other agencies and persons went to the aid of TT to help him pay for his rent and also ensure his wellbeing.
Ghanaians have reacted to this and below are some comments from them
Well, it is quite clear that most persons are not happy with TT this time around. Some believe TT was part of individuals who were responsible for the power crisis in the country since he was owing such a huge amount of money.
The vice president gave him a huge sum of money for up keeping. Others believe that, TT can use this amount to pay the debt.
TT became popular in the country when he played a major role in a popular television series in Ghana titled 'Taxi Driver'.
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