How Can A Single Book Be Priced At 120 Ghana Cedis, The Book Only Talked About Socks
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Published 20 days ago - 30 views
Ghanaian youtuber and entertainer Teacher Kwadwo has revealed that how could a book be priced at 120 Ghana cedis and that the book only talked about socks
In a live video on his Instagram, he lamented that he went to our for shopping and stumbled on this particularly book
He also said that the book's cost was a bit over board and he couldn't believe it when he saw the contents of the book.His post read;
"Guys I came to this particular shop at the Accra Mall and I am blown away indeed.The items in the shop of course are expected to be expensive but this book got me a skeptical.How can a single book be priced at 120 Ghana cedis.This is why I respect the rich people
Seriously I don't understand it because it's just a book.What baffled me the more was the fact that the book only talked about socks.I mean just mere socks and they wanted to take 120 cedis from me.I just looked through and left because I couldn't afford to looses that amount of money"
Teacher Kwadwo is mostly in the news these days teaching and showcasing his duties diligently as teacher on social media.
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