- @SneakerNyame_, a popular Twitter Influencer, has recently sparked reactions online after revealing how much he paid for 5 pieces of fried potatoes
- In a post, the young man shared that he was very surprised to find that a single piece of potato was being sold at GH₵1
- @MICTATSI, a follower of the frustrated man, commented: "You are very lucky you did not get three pieces"
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A young Ghanaian man has recently got many sympathizing with him after taking to social media to complain about the high cost of fried potatoes he recently purchased.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter timeline of @SneakerNyame_ had him explaining that he requested GH₵5 worth of potatoes only to be given exactly five pieces which meant one small piece was being sold for GH₵1.
His actual post read;
I buy fried Potatoes right now… them give me 5 pieces for 5 cedis. Ah ebi so edey ?
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Many Ghanaians who saw the post did not hold back their opinions. At the time of this publication, the post has gathered close to 140 retweets with 7 quote tweets and over 1300 likes.
Some of the comments have been compiled below by YEN.com.gh;
The woman sef she dey feel you that be why e plenty no
You are very lucky you did not get 3 pieces.
You no see anything yet bossu
Ur own self good can you Pluq me to the seller please?
U probably bought it beside a bank or some luxurious area...
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Ebi 3 saf the woman give u ntosoc
Food Inflation: Ghanaians Lament Increase In Price Of Delicacy “Kosua Ne Meko” As Price Of Eggs Shoot Up
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the cost of a Ghanaian egg delicacy called “kosua ne meko” shot up two times following an increase in the price of a crate of eggs in shops and supermarkets.
“Kosua ne meko” is a simple dish made from hard-boiled eggs, freshly ground pepper, tomatoes, onions and salt. The freshly ground vegetables are sandwiched in the boiled egg yolk and may be eaten alone or with a main dish.
The price of the delicacy started the year at GH¢1 but quickly shot up to GH¢1.5 by March 2022. However, on Monday, September 5, YEN.com.gh’s monitoring of the “kosua ne meko” market revealed the price had shot up to GH¢2.
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