Ghanaian singer and songwriter King Promise has opined that life in Ghana is now very expensive and that everyone is currently feeling the hardship.
Ghanaians are currently thrown into despair as the prices of goods and services keep increasing each and every day. Many people have complained bitterly about the current hardship in Ghana.
Speaking on Accra-based radio station, Okay FM, King Promise disclosed that he has made an observation and realized that in the space of six months, prices of goods and services have increased by 100%.
“Ghana is expensive, no one can lie,” he said. Adding his experience, the ‘Ginger’ singer said “like things I use to pay for like maybe 12, 000, 13, 000 and 14,000 now is like 24,000. It doesn’t make any sense in less than six months“.
King Promise is not the only celebrity publicly admitting that the hardship in Ghana currently is worst. Musician MzVee has also in her interviews disclosed that the current hardship in Ghana is overwhelming.
“Everything has increased. I was filling my tank for about GH300 but now I fill it for close to GH700 so yeah it’s hard in Ghana,” she said. Speaking on the newly introduced electronic levy, MzVee said “ I don’t have a good take on E-Levy because I feel like it’s a double taxation situation“.