Actress and social media star, Efia Odo, has indicated that being famous in Ghana does not actually come with any monetary benefits.
Efia Odo took to her Twitter wall to bemoan the kind of economic system that had bedeviled our part of the word.
She went on to indicate that someone working in McDonald’s in America was making more money than many celebs in Ghana.
According to her, even though people walk around with celeb status, they were still struggling to make ends meet.
She then indicated that the reason for such disparities in economies was the leadership problem and asked that all leaders in the country be fired for there to be a reset of mindset.
Efia Odo wished for there to be new-age minded people to be put at the helm of affairs of the country.
Her tweet read: “Somebody working in McDonalds in America makes more money than most of us celebs in Ghana. Ghana fame brings no money! All this fame and Artists are struggling. The people in position all need to be fired and new age minded people need to be hired. We need a reset button !”
Many fans and followers of the actress and social media goddess could not agree more as they shared stories of their relatives working abroad making millions of cedis.
In yet another tweet, Efia Odo stated: “There’s no future for us, on God. How much do teachers, bankers, doctors make in Ghana?? It’s either you come from a good home or you’re doing fraud. Our structure in every aspect is horrible!”
This time Efia Odo compared the monthly salaries of some professions in Ghana and stated that unless one was from a wealthy home or into fraud, the system would end up frustrating you.