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SHOCKER! Whenever I Want To Forget About Ghana’s Economy, I Do This: Keche Joshua

In an exclusive interview, Keche Joshua, one of the Ghanaian music duo, has discussed freely what he does to get out of the dire financial circumstances.

Joshua claimed that he drinks to forget about Ghana’s dismal economy. In addition, he also alluded to the children’s displeasure over the poverty in the nation.

The well-known musician bemoaned the high inflation rate and high cost of living in Ghana.

He asserts that prominent leaders and influencers should use their fame and various platforms to speak against the current economy

Many Ghanaians have recently complained about the state of the country’s economy.

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