Over the weekend, a worrying video surfaced on how veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, also known as T.T needed an amount of Ghc 3,000.00 to pay his rent else face eviction from his rented apartment.
The video attracted several reactions from Ghanaians, but in the end, the Vice President of the Land, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia saved the day. He donated a total of Ghc 50,000 to T. T. Ghc 30,000 to be used to pay rent in very six months for the next 5 years, and the remaining Ghc 20,000 for his upkeep. Other well meaning Ghanaians also came up to help and are im the process of doing so.
On social media, being Ghanaians as we are, there is a section of the population that see the lighter side to the situation.
In a reaction to T. T's reaction after he received the Ghc 50,000 from the Vice President, one user, KwekuOheneba, commented, "is it not TT doing that APONKYI NITI advert? ie the insurance advert telling everyone he has saved for his future?hahahahahao, ooh TT why?". This got everyone who read it laughing because, its true, he was in an Insurance advert where he advised saving for the future, to live a stress free life after retirement.
From Kweku's angle, if he had saved for the future like advert said, why then was he in that tight position in the first place.
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