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Poor People In Ghana Show Off The Most – Don Little



Actor Don Little has suggested that whereas the poor in Ghana prefer to live extravagantly, the privileged in that country tend to be modest.

Don Little

He claims that the impoverished in Ghana constantly love to brag whereas the wealthiest in Ghana are often focused on earning more money.

I can only speak about Ghana because I am in Ghana. We, the underprivileged citizens of this nation, enjoy bragging a lot. If a poor person in Ghana owns a small automobile, they will drive quickly and play loud music because they want to be noticed everywhere.

However, you won’t even know when the wealthy, who travel in Range Rovers and Land Cruisers, are approaching. He added on the Judgement Day program on the Oman Channel, “Their music is on the low because they are planning for their next business, how to make more money.

Don Little was commenting on the social media backlash following the reveal of Jackie Appiah, a female actress,’ opulent East Legon property.

Some have questioned the actress’s capacity to build such a sizable property.

Don Little, though, asserts that Jackie is wealthy enough to purchase the mansion.

He mentioned that the actress is wealthy and doesn’t have anything to prove.

“This woman is respectful and modest. I believe she has received the right at-home instruction. Have you ever heard her talk before despite all of her success? She was the subject of many unfounded charges made by Shatta Wale when he first appeared. But you never got a response from her. She is thinking wealthy and forward-thinking, which is how every person ought to think, he remarked.

“I hope all the slay queens in Ghana would learn from her,” he continued. Nothing can be taken from her.

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