We’re in difficult times under NPP, I buy GH¢2k worth of fuel weekly – Piesie Esther

Prominent Ghanaian gospel singer, Piesie Esther, has expressed her dissatisfaction with the economic conditions under President Akufo-Addo, stating that the current situation is not favorable.

Piesie Esther

Speaking on Starr Chat with Bola Ray on Thursday, madam Piesie stated that she spends up to GHC2,000 in a week on fuel alone.

“Everybody is crying, things are hard and that is what everybody is saying. But with God we will make it. It’s really hot here, the one that baffles me is the fuel. I am really frustrated with the cost of fuel.

“Let me say in a week I can buy 2000 Ghana cedis worth of fuel and even more than that. Just for my errands in Accra. I am telling you this,” Madam Piesie stated.


She added that by the grace of God she is doing well as a gospel musician in the country.

“It is a blessing to be a gospel musician because somebody may even see you and bless you with some money. ‘Your song blessed me, I’ve listened to your song. Your song has done this or that for me. So I just want to bless you.’ Then you know they give you something,” she narrated.

In conclusion, she expressed her belief in overcoming challenges with faith and resilience.


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