• Psalm Adjeteyfio says he has a power bill of GH¢8,000 to settle
• The veteran entertainer said he was educated by the ECG that his bill had aggregated throughout the long term
• Psalm Adjeteyfio has depended on the consideration of people for endurance
Veteran entertainer, Psalm Adjteyfio, broadly known as TT of Taxi Driver popularity, has openly shared one more predicament and this time around, it is about the significant expense of his power bill.
The entertainer who seems troubled by his power charge which costs GH¢8,000, said he was stunned when he got the information on his obligation.
Describing what prompted the aggregation of such a colossal amount, Psalm Adjeteyfio lamented that for a considerable length of time he had not gotten bills from the ECG and whenever he followed up to whine, he was approached to return home and stand by.
TT added that preceding the GH¢8,000 new obligation, he figured out how to clear some overdue debts with the public gifts he has gotten up until this point.
“In the first place, they came to disengage my light and when I inquired as to why, they said I was owing GH¢4,000. I asked how since they scarcely bring us bills. I followed up to the ECG office to whine and they requested that we pay the cash. I followed and began paying gradually from the commitments I have been given. As of late, I paid over GH¢4,500 cedis.
“Shockingly, simply last week, I got a message from them saying I actually owe some cash and that all the monies I had paid so far is an expected bill. They gave me another bill saying it is the first one. In it, I was approached to pay GH¢8,000. Then, at that point, I inquired as to whether I’m refining iron in my home. I’m truly troubled,” he said.
He made this disclosure while talking in a meeting with Citi TV observed by GhanaWeb.
This is the third time Psalm Adjeteyfio has imparted his monetary complaints to people in general as in every single past occasion, and as all the others, the veteran entertainer was caught requesting assets through a few media stages.