Ghanaian Twitter influencer and model Rukky Posh has served the country with her online activities over the years.Her fantastic world class images have gained lots of followers online. She also has a couple of ambassadorial deals to her credit as well
However Rukky found herself in the news after she made certain statements in the media fraternity.According to a post on Twitter, she said "I bought these tomatoes for 3 Ghana cedis".
She also said the extremely high price of all 3 tomatoes meant that each of them went for 1 cedi hence that was very disturbing for many people in the country.Rukky also wondered whether the people living in Ghana were safe because their cost of living was utterly ridiculous
We wish Rukky well in her stay in the country and hopefully she continues making us proud globally
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