Ghanaians Are too CHEAP…Just GHS 1.6 Million Ex-Gracia to Tsatsu Tsikata & You People Are Complaining? Says Alfred Agbesi Woyome’s Driver
It’s been Mr Tsatsu Tsikata’s Monday—with almost every Ghanaian who does not belong to the NDC saying GNPC was wrong to have given him an ex-gracia of about GHS 1.6 million.
Those on the other side say, it’s nothing; the man worked hard for Ghana by doing nothing and he rightfully deserves it. At least he is not a ghost name—he is real.
In fact, ScrewLife.Com thinks, GNPC was right this time—after all, Tsatsu Tsikata showed up to work once a month, unlike Alfred Agbesi Woyome who did nothing but was freely given 35 million dollars.
And that’s not all, we also gave out a bunch of cash to some people to farm flying birds and we never saw a feather of even one.
Throughout the whole day, we’ve been pressing the borders to speak to Alfred Agbesi Woyome to ascertain what he thinks of the Tsikata crucifixion, considering the fact that he had suffered the same in the past.
Alfred Agbesi Woyome wouldn’t pick our calls—perhaps, he is cooking another judgement debt for Ghana.
But we managed to speak to his driver who said; “Ghanaians are too CHEAP…small GHC 1.6 million ex-gracia to Tsatsu Tsikata and they are complaining.”
“They should spare us the noise because more is coming and they better brace themselves for it.”
Meanwhile, we’ve been told Tsatsu Tsikata is planning on using the money he received to invest in the musical career of his son, Ghanaian musician-M.anifest so he can win VGMA’s Artistes of the Year plaque soon—something Shatta Wale recently said he was selling his for 1 GHS.
So don’t worry, it’s into a good investment; the returns we would never see—but somewhat better than the dwarf birds who vanished into think air before we could say Jack Robinson.