“I pay my workers ₵300 every day”- Kafui Danku cries over the youth receiving ₵600 a month in Ghana

Actress Kafui Danku has expressed regret over viral rumors that have recently dominated social media conversation, claiming that some Ghanaians are paid as little as $300 per month.
In a message he uploaded online, actor and politician John Dumelo claimed that it has come to his attention that some people take the aforementioned little income.

Kafui Danku, on the other hand, bolstered the conversation by telling the tale of a young man who works for a tomato paste firm and gets paid $20 per day.

She stated that hearing anything like that is depressing because she pays her employees a whopping 300 each day.

She posted, “I feel like crying …. honestly few people said I cry about unnecessary things but this guy’s positive attitude touched me. Every now and then I support some young people following me financially…. Some of them have become friends. Most of them are doing their best but it looks like they’re getting nowhere …”

How can big companies be paying these hard workers 20 GHc daily. I don’t want to know the cost of the production whatever but compensate them well. The least I paid on my recent production is 300 GHc daily. A struggling industry, a small business yet thinking of people. Why would a tomato paste company be nicking and diming workers?

“The guy sent me a video and I can imagine the stress already. I’m sad and heartbroken. People are really suffering, I can’t survive that day. I’ll cry and pack up to my mother’s house, so I truly admire these determined guys making an honest living. Make it worth their while. How much is the cost of trotro from Afienya to Accra?

“Be humane, compensate them well. He sent me a touching message this morning “ The strong shall survive” which almost sent me to tears. Lord, grant their special requests, desires, and prayers this year in Jesus’ name.”