Stonebwoy has told Ghanaians how best they can adapt to the prevailing wind of hardship blowing in the country under the present Nana Akufo-led government.
Sounding like an economist, Stonebwoy said people should live within their means and never buy things on impulse.
He also said unless people manage their expenses well in direct proportion to their income, the economy will frustrate them.
“It’s really not easy. Someone like me, I’m inside the street proper. I always have to have a denomination that I can actually distribute.
As if it were an obligation. So I feel it. I know how it goes. Even people at the top don’t have it easy. So, how much more people on the ground?
“All I can say is that we have to be realistic with our expenditures and ambitions, else you will be frustrated. Above all, we should be thankful we have life because no matter how tough it gets, God always makes a way at the end of the day,” Stonebowy details on NewDay.
The Bhim Nation boss also preached benevolence in these hard times.
“Some people can’t even find a meal a day. They go every other day. So, if you cross people like this, and it’s genuine, you can do your best.
My formation is once a day. So, I haven’t eaten. I will probably eat at 6 pm.”