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My helpers abandoned me after Bawumia handed me ¢50k - Psalm Adjetefio 'T. T.' begs

Psalm Adjetefio, also known as 'T. T.,' is back with another appeal.

His most recent appearance in the news occurred in September 2021, when he was unable to raise enough money to pay his rent.

Numerous gifts from donors flooded in, including a noteworthy gesture from Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia.

He was gifted with 50,000 from the Vice President's office to alleviate his condition.

Regional Minister for Greater Accra, Henry Quartey, has also pledged a monthly sum of 1,500 from his parliamentary pay to safeguard his well-being.

Even before Ghanaians believed things were improving for the 'Taxi Driver,' a leaked audio recording reveals otherwise.

Psalm Adjetefio is heard in a widely shared social media exchange requesting leftovers.

"Good afternoon, Mrs G; I was wondering whether you had some leftovers in your kitchen," he asked.

According to him, he has invested the monies received from these gifts, which explains his present financial situation.

"When you make an investment, it will take time before you begin to reap the benefits."

He said that all other possible funders withdrew their support after learning about the Vice President's action.

"Right now, the circumstance has caused a slew of difficulties for me; you know how many individuals used to assist me...

I even learned that some individuals in the United States had given money to be transferred to me; the instant they heard that they immediately went for their money," he said.

My assistants deserted me after Bawumia handed me 50,000 - Psalm Adjetefio 'T. T.' implores for leftovers

He said that he had received the first tranche of the Greater Accra Minister's gift but had not yet received the remainder.

"It arrived just once. I visited his office a few days ago to follow-up, but was informed that he had travelled and that they were on leave".

The Greater Accra Minister's office said in a September 14 letter that another 5,000 had been allegedly promised by the Mac Dan Group of Companies.

However, Mr Adjetefio said, "that is not accurate."

He said that his investigations indicated that "the individual released the money, but when he learned that the Vice President had handed it to me, he also recalled his money."

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