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Ghanaians Slam Taxi Driver Lead Actor for Not Living Up to Expectation

There are times that situations force people to make appeals that they might never have dreamt of doing. It is a true saying that time changes and one must be aware of this fact.

If you are fully aware that time changes, you would do whatever is necessary to be prepared for that change.

Certain Ghanaians have expressed their pity for the popular television face in the nineties who was the lead actor in the television show duped, Taxi Driver.

For his popularity as result of that television series, one would have thought that he would own a house and some cars by now.

To the amazement of Ghanaians, the actor came out in this recent viral news break that he owns no house and could be evicted from his rented apartment if he is unable to pay an amount of three thousand Ghana Cedis.

Ghanaians are generous people and are always willing to help one another, but in certain situations, they tend to analyse the lifestyle of the person in need before they go ahead to either help or not help.

Recently, a popular actress known as Beverly Afaglo has lost her house to a fire outbreak and some of her fans have prepared a 'go fund me' campaign in order to donate to her. At the end of the day, she was displeased at the insults that was rained on her and her friends. That was a bit unusual, but she has managed to garner an amount of money that she claimed she cannot even use to rent a house.

Consequently, the amount that the lead actor of Taxi driver is looking for to pay his rent is not even up to what she got from her 'go fund me' campaign since report has it that she had a little over five thousand Ghana Cedis.

In reaction to a post gingered at helping the actor get his rent fees, a facebook user was totally disappointed in him.

Lord Yeboa did not contemplate such a situation from a lead actor such as him. He claimed that he has been giving advisers on the need to save, offering advices on savings, but why he could not save himself, is something we can't tell. Iddris also affirms that no one can hold duraplast and others accountable for his situation.

Let us pray that he gets the money and escape eviction.



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