Ghanaian Yango Driver Opens Up About Making GH₵250 In Sales After Spending GH₵300 On Fuel
- A Yango driver has recently poured his heart out concerning the impact the current fuel prices have had on his earning rate
- In an interview, Fredrick Twumasi recounted that he buys GH₵300 worth of fuel, and it just lasts five to six hours a day
- He also revealed that work has been very bad to the extent that with every GH₵300 fuel he buys, he makes GH₵250 in sales
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A Ghanaian driver has recently opened up about some of the challenges he faces thanks to the continual increase in fuel prices.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube timeline of SVTV Africa had Fredrick Twumasi recounting that he is a Yango driver who does 'work and pay'. According to him, he runs at a loss sometimes because he buys GH₵300 worth of fuel but ends up making just GH₵250 in profit.
Fredrick also shared that he and his colleagues resort to working offline in an attempt to make more money due to the bad profit they make from the app. The young man, starts work around 6 am and closes at 9 am. He makes sales of GH₵500 per week.
He entreated that the 25% deducted from their earnings be reduced to help them make good profit from their work.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a worried Ghanaian woman took to social media to pour her heart out about a situation she found herself in.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the well-known Facebook page called Tell It Moms had the lady anonymously sharing that she has been married to her husband for 13 years and they have three children but they both do not earn enough money to support the family.
The concerned wife intimated that the combined amount of her husbands salary and hers is not able to take them through the month. Due to their financial crisis, they are unable to provide the best education for their children.
"Due to our financial crisis our kids attend a public school which I have no problem with because they’re good academically", she wrote.
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