Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo’s letter to Brother 4more : full text
LETTER TO BROTHER 4MORE
Dear Brother 4more,
I’m told you’ve not been able to pay your 600gh cedis rent. I’m really sorry about that but you still have to pay huge taxes for Nana Addo to be able continue bathing in the sky.
Bra 4more, sorry your NABCO allowance has also not been for nine months now, once again sorry about that.
Bra 4more am told in all these hardship you are going through, Beautiful Rebecca has been put on salary by her husband for being the wife of Senior 4more and she will be paid from your tax.
Beautiful Rebecca will be paid, 21,000 per month and will be back dated from 2017 which will amount to 1,134,000.00 as back pay.
Bra 4more this amount excludes her allowances which totals 87,000 per month which will as well be backdated to 2017 which will give us 6,345,000.00 Ghana Cedis.
Bra 4more, remember beautiful Rebecca is taking home about 8million Ghana Cedis (80 billion) home as back pay for salaries and allowance just because he is the wife of the President while you still haven’t paid your 600cedis rent.
I know you will be sad reading this letter from me because already your brother was shot last week by unprofessional police recruited by your senior 4more.
To pour your anger out, I will urge you to join us on Tuesday 6th July and to let your own government know that power belongs to the people and they can’t take us for granted.
I will be waiting for you and your brothers at the Accra Mall on Tuesday 6th of July at exactly 6am for us to make sure the right thing is done.
Your Good Brother,
Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo.
Source : africaneditors.com/Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo
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