No one could ever imagine that the popular veteran actor known as T.T of the one time television show called Taxi Driver could be in need of help today. Everybody at a point in time needs help from people and that is why we need to establish good relations and also look out for others when we have. It could be possible that someone you may help with a little today may help you with much tomorrow.
Elikem Kotoko has been on his Facebook page to appeal on behalf of the one-time popular face on television. To say that such a man who still appears on Television as he was featured in a duraplast advertisement is in need of money is something that might beat your imagination.
However, it has been rumoured that the actor has been seeking for an amount of three thousand Ghana Cedis to pay his rent. The news went viral and several people are reacting to it.
In the first place, Elikem Kotoko made this post to appeal to duraplast. Although the actor, popularly known as T.T has done some other commercial advertising videos, that of duraplast is the one being shown on television stations now. Elikem seeks for their hand in helping the actor.
Abdul, filled with compassion for the actor wishes he could have that amount to give out to the actor for the inspiration that every child have drawn from him in the nineties.
Others claim that his situation must be a lesson to others, while others have also thanked and throw support for Elikem Kotoko for his appeal to duraplast.
Abdul Iddris believes that Ghanaians can in their own way support the actor without the intervention of duraplast.
Yaw Yeboah stated that duraplast has no obligation to him anymore since he was paid for the advertisement he did for them.
Do you think that the actor would be helped out of this situation?
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