- Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei has claimed that part of Ghana's problem is due to the fact that most of the youth are not educated
- Prince David noted that due to the vast level of illiteracy, many of the young ones tend to copy blindly
- The actor jabbed the youth, claiming they do not research about the background of people before trying to emulate them
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Award-winning actor Prince David Osei has jabbed Ghanaian youth for what he termed as the habit of copying blindly.
According to Prince David, most Ghanaians youth are not educated so they emulate people without knowing them well.
In an excerpt of an interview with Kisa Gbekle on the Business of Entertainment Show, Prince David expressed frustration at some Ghanaian youth.
After Kisa asked him whether it is true that he is worth 380,000 dollars, Prince David refuted the claim, saying he does know how people came about that amount.
"You know, most of our youth these days are not educated. They see you looking all nice and they don't know your background," he noted.
He lamented that most of the young people know very little about celebrities but try to emulate them and want to be like them.
Prince David went on to state that life and work is about making money since one needs to survive.
"Life is all about making money. Whatever you do, make money because without the money, you are useless," he added.
The ace actor further commented on how his workers connived with his landlord to rent out his shop when he left for the United States of America.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Miss Malaika 2006 after her photo went viral on social media.
In the rather rare photo, the former beauty queen was seen sitting in a big pot which was placed on fire.
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