As Long As I Have A Roof Over My Head And Food On My Table, I Don’t Care About What People Say About Me – Ahoufe Patri

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Ghanaian actress and video vixen Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, popularly known as Ahuofe Patri in an interaction with her fans on Facebook has opened up about how she handles negativism.

According to Ahuofe Patri, she doesn’t give much attention to what people say about her as long as she has a place to sleep and food on her table and a business running, she is good to go.

She also touched a bit on COVID-19 pandemic by advising fans to stick to the safety measures, including wearing of a mask, and staying indoors if possible.

During the interaction, she revealed also that there are couple of new projects she is working on to be released soon.

Watch the full interview below:

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