- Bawumia has donated a total of GHc50,000 to veteran actor, Psalm Adjetteyfio
- GHc30,000 out of the GHc50,000 is expected to cater for six-months renewable rent for five years
- The remaining GHc20,000 will be used by the actor to cater for his upkeep
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Accra - Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, has reportedly donated a total of GHc30,000 to veteran actor, Psalm Adjetteyfio, to settle his rent.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh as shared by Krobea Kwabena Asante, the vice president has paid six months renewable rent for the actor for the next 5 years.
According to the post, Dr. Bawumia fulfilled the promise he made yesterday to the actor of Taxi Driver fame, affectionately called TT.
Also, an amount of GHC20,000 was gifted to the veteran actor for his upkeep.
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"Despite mourning his mum who died in the early hours of today, Dr. Bawumia this morning fulfilled a promise he made yesterday to TT of Taxi Driver fame that he will foot TT's rent bills. Dr Bawumia has paid 6 months renewable for the next 5 years (30k) for TT and has also given TT 20k for upkeep. In all, he gave TT 50k this morning," Krobea wrote.
Some Ghanaians have commented on the Vice President's gesture.
Awuraba Eshun described him as a man with a kind heart.
What a pure kind heart! God bless him in every way of life.
Julius Neequaye Kotey Kootse said it is remarkable.
This is remarkable
Fredua Christopher prayed for God to bless Bawumia for his kind heart.
God bless H.E Veep for his acts of love and kindness for humanity
Gbambegu Ibrahim Gbambegu prayed Allah rewards his efforts.
Hmmm, may Allah reward his efforts
Isaac Sefah said something needs to be done about actors and their predicaments.
These actors and their predicaments, something needs to be done about it.
Appeal for funds
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that, the famous actor, known as TT for his role in Taxi Driver, has disclosed that he needs financial help to pay his electricity bills.
TT decried his current predicament, revealing he is struggle to pay his medical bills.
TT, who suffers from a heart condition, disclosed he has spent GHc6,000 on hospital bills and medication, adding that he lost all forms of assistance from family and friends due to the prevailing pandemic.