Nana Aba Anamoah, a broadcaster, and the general manager of GHOne TV, pleaded with followers on Instagram to stop constantly disparaging other people's wealth and instead focus on how to change the situation.
"Pay attention to improving your life as well.
Be sincerely glad for people, she wrote in the description of her Instagram image, sighted by countryghana.
The journalist claims that she has seen people use derogatory language and publish harmful things once others succeed, which she finds to be an improper attitude.
“When you make it as a man in this country, they attribute it to sak3wa and dr3gs. You make it as a woman, you’re ash3wo. People who do this are permanently stuck in a snake pit. Wake up from the folly and attempt to make your life better too," her post stated.
After Jackie Appiah's mansion was shown, comments were made that led to Nana Aba Anamoah's post. After Nigerian actress and producer Luchy Donald posted a video of the actress' opulent Trassaco estate on social media, the actress became popular.
The impressive mansion included a large swimming pool, a VIP area, a large parking area that displayed Jackie's high-end vehicles, a dining and sitting area, a private lounge, an office, a walk-in closet, and an automated toilet seat, among other interesting features like lighting that demonstrated how much money she spent on her new house.
Although the exact square footage is uncertain, the luxurious structure encompassed a vast area.
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