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Akrobeto-‘I have lived in Accra for quite a long time without paying rent’

Akrobeto-'I have lived in Accra for quite a long time without paying rent'

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Renowned Ghanaian comic entertainer, and host of ‘The Real News’, Akwasi Boadi, famously known as Akrobeto, has described how he had the option to remain in Accra for 43 (43) years lease free.

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As per him, because of his modesty and trustworthiness, he has had the option to remain in Accra for more than forty years without paying rent.

Describing how it worked out, Akrobeto referenced that he was moved from his town to Accra in 1979 by the famous Ghanaian specialist, Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo, and remained with him for quite a while without paying.

That’s what he added, in any event, when he moved from the place of Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo to lease his very own position, his home proprietors never acknowledged nor took lease expenses from him.

“I had nothing of my own. My family was extremely poor. At the point when I finished Form 4 in the year 1979, Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo sent somebody to come for me from my town to remain with him in Accra. Furthermore, I remained with him for quite a while without paying a dime due to my modesty and genuineness. Indeed, even in times when I moved out, whenever, I pay lease, oddly, the property managers either return my cash or decline to acknowledge it,” Akrobeto made sense of in a restrictive meeting with Precise FM.

Discussing his relationship with Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo, Akrobeto showed that the famous specialist is a motivation and a wellspring of intelligence to him.

Akrobeto added that the godly man showed him the significance of remaining unassuming and reliable.

Here Is How Akrobeto Has Been Able To Live In Accra For 43 Years Without  Paying Rent - OneMuzikGh

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