- GHOne TV presenter, Serwaa Amihere, has confessed that rent and accommodation is one of her biggest problems
- She made her sincere confession following the #fixthecountry campaign that has been started against the government
- Serwaa's post has triggered massive reactions from fans
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GHOne TV presenter, Serwaa Amihere, has disclosed that her biggest problem in Ghana now is rent or obtaining accommodation.
She made this revelation in the wake of the #fixthecountry campaign that has rocked the government following the increment in fuel prices that has affected everything else in Ghana.
YEN.com.gh is not privy to whether Serwaa rents or lives in her own house and some fans have wondered about this too.
Serwaa’s post has triggered mixed reactions from her fans.
Asante, for instance, agreed with Serwaa and begged the government to fix rent:
asantewaasister: “I support this paaaa...please fix our rent for us wai na yabre especially those living in Accra
Agye commented that if the likes of Serwaa are complaining, then the ordinary citizens are suffering more:
agye_mu_gyeene_: “Mo mpo nie na y3n.”
More comments flowed:
_.omagaad: “If u stop buying the expensive hair for the mean time u can build your own house too ..”
iamtimelessbossgurl: “This is a fact every Accra resident know. In most of the Areas now, a single room self contained rages from GHC 350 to 400 a month. As in what’s this nonsense? Some people earn less than that amount a month. Sadly, nobody is doing anything about it. The rent control department could actually call these opportunist tenants to order but they ain’t doing that anything soon. Why wouldn’t stealing be rampant? It’s sickening.”
adiz_corporate: “houses are quoted in dollars like what ? u can’t rent a comfortable hse again we need to fix the country”
adakaibeyanma: “I thought it was just us the normal people I never knew you celebs suffer same.”
Adusa asked plainly if Serwaa rents:
globaladusafowaah: “You rent?.”
Ghanaians started the #fixthecountry campaign to register their displeasure at the president following the nearly 5% increment in fuel.
Following the hullabaloo this caused, the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), has reduced the fuel margin by 8 pesewas per litre at the pump.
This is taking effect on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, according to a communique issued on Tuesday, May 4, 2021.
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