MzGee’s husband, Raymond Acquah, spends 18,363 cedis on COVID-19

MzGee’s husband, Raymond Acquah, spends 18,363 cedis on COVID-19

- TV presenter, Miss Gee’s husband, Raymond Acquah, has revealed how he battled COVID-19

- He said he needed to part with a whopping 18,363 cedis to stay alive

- Acquah revealed he needed to get treatment at the nearest private facility in order to stay alive

- He cautioned the public to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols in order not to end up like he did

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Raymond Acquah, the husband of TV3 presenter, Miss Gee, has opened up on how he had to spend much money to get treatment for contracting COVID-19.

In a tweet sighted by, Acquah said he spent a sum of 18,363 cedis to ensure that he stayed alive after the disease got hold of him.

By writing that he had to cough up that amount, it is clear that Acquah did not expect that to happen and so spending such huge money to save his life was unplanned.

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MzGee’s husband, Raymond Acquah, spends 18,363 cedis on COVID-19
A collage of MzGee and her husband, Raymond Acquah. Photo credit: @mzgee/Instagram
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He further seized the opportunity to advise people to see the financial reason why they need to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols.

His post has triggered massive reactions from the public.

Yeboah, for instance, was happy to learn this from Raymond and wished that other COVID-19 patient would also speak up:

Nyameba called it a serious situation:

Amadu was encouraged by the post and is ready to adhere to the safety protocols:

Joe wondered if adhering to COVID-19 protocols actually saves one from contracting the disease:

Mr. Saint wondered why Acquah needed to pay that much:

Harold commented about the amount involved in the treatment:

Meanwhile, MzGee was in the news for flaunting her husband in the media some time ago.

She shared photos of the husband with a lovely caption. This got many people admiring the couple as it was the first time she was making her husband public.

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In other news, popular actress, Nana Ama McBrown, has revealed that she needed to drink her daughter, Baby Maxin’s urine, in order to save her life.

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Naa Ayeley Aryee Naa Ayeley is a creative writer with over ten years of experience in journalism and media. She started writing for YEN in 2017 as an editor on the entertainment desk and later became a monitoring editor.