Young Ghanaian Journalist by the Name Akosua who works for Citi FM has blasted Ghanaian celebrities who misuse their money and later come online appealing for funds to support their health or children when a problem arrives.
It's a norm, some of these celebrities lack management skills or knowledge about finance, a topic that ought to be treated. Your ability to spend less when your income level rises, differentiating between liabilities and assets is Paramount if you want to be financially stable in the future. Celebrities, because of pressure and public opinion do things they otherwise not do, it's vital to see yourself in the light of God, not of men.
These were her exact words she Twitted.
"A warning to ‘celebrities’. Take good care of yourself. I mean. your health. Spend less on luxury, invest in something to take care of you forever"
"Don’t spend all your money on unnecessary things. Then when you grow and fail in life. They’ll come and say ‘Veteran Actor or Musician’ needs help. Then people will be forced to donate"
These is worth pondering over, our mistakes in the past should give us experience. What do you think?
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