Psalm Adjeteyfio is back again as he revealed that he owes electricity bills of ₵8,000.
Psalm Adjeteyfio was recently out with problems he is facing in life, many Ghanaians turn to him as even the vice president of Ghana offered him some cash and paid his rent. We thought everything is done until Ghnewslive.com his recent interview with Citi News Room revealed that he owes electricity bills of ₵8000.
The veteran actor made it clear that he has now become indebted to the power-producing company because he wasn’t receiving any bill from the company until his debt accumulated to that whopping amount of Ghc 8000.
He also added that, though he wasn’t receiving any bill from the company, he was paying his own amounts.
Many are not suggesting that he maybe went for the interview because he needs some cash, but as it stands now we are not too sure if he granted the interview to court sympathy from Ghana.
Psalm Adjeteyfio not long ago hit back at people ridiculing him for boldly coming out to beg for funds to alleviate his penury despite acting for soo many years yet has nothing to show for it.
In his recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, He also made it clear that while there was the impression that he was very irresponsible as to widespread mainstream perception which has ultimately earned him criticisms from some quarters, the opposite is what holds truism.
In response, he said;
“It’s unfortunate that people say such things. When I hear such comments it tells me that such people lack experience, they are not grown and are not mature. I have rented a three-bedroom house before and was driving an old jalopy taking my children to school before going for lectures at the University of Ghana, Legon.
“I trained as a teacher, I was earning a salary and acting at the same time and making some extra money but as the saying goes, time changes. Situations will arise and I suffered some untold difficulties. I had been very sick with this disease arthritis which is very painful, right now I am receiving treatment for heart failure and I have been in this situation for the past three and a half to four years.