Psalm Adjeteyfio: ECG Chases TT over GHC8,000 debt; He Explains Angrily in new Video
- Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, has said ECG has slapped him with a debt of GHC8,000
- He is very angry as he tried to explain how the debt came about
- TT was in the news recently for receiving many donations from people, including vice president Bawumia
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Veteran Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, popularly known as TT, has slumped into debt again following an amount of GHC8,000 he owes to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).
A baffled TT was speaking in an interview with CITI TV in a video sighted on the Instagram page of Ghgossip_hq.
According to him, he had earlier made a payment of GHC4,000, and another GHC4,500. However, his son came to him and complained that there was a notice from ECG that he needed to pay a sum of GHC8,000.
Angry, TT said he walked to the ECG office to find out what was going on as he sensed that they were trying to play some sort of tricks on him after the massive donation he got from Ghanaians.
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There, he said the ECG officer explained to him that what they were paying was an estimated bill, but now, the real bill has been calculated which he needed to pay as the GHC8,000.
TT revealed how angry he was with the female presenter asked him what electrical appliances he uses in his room.
“[Gesturing with his hand that he was surprised] I asked them “Am I smelting iron in my house,” TT responded.
See the full video here:
TT receives massive donations
TT made headlines when he received more cash donations after a video of him begging for support went viral.
In that report by YEN.com.gh, TT was met with surprise when the presenter first handed him a big brown envelop stuffed with cash, and mentioned the name of the donor.
Shocked beyond imagination, TT fumbled for a moment and then asked to be helped on his knees to thank his benefactors.
The actor has previously received support from vice president Mahamudu Bawumia, who gave him GHC50,000.
Neglecting his children and going after a 'demon'
Meanwhile, TT had cried sadly in a video, narrating how he left his wife and children to chase after another woman.
Years after, the actor has regretted his action and called the woman a demon for maltreating his children to the “point of death."
YEN.com.gh published TT’s full trouble with the said demon in this report.
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