Actress Juliet Ibrahim is finding it hard to make sense of how much it costs to drive in Ghana compared to doing same in Nigeria.
As a result of higher fuel prices in Ghana now, Juliet compares the cost of living in Ghana to that of Nigeria.
In a post on Twitter, she sought to know if anyone in Nigeria spends 72,000 Naira, equivalent to GH¢1400 on fuel per week.
According to the Actress, driving a car of 3.0/3.5liter engine capacity requires an amount of GH¢1400 fuel for a full tank. A full tank can last for a week.
Same GH¢1400 will be 74000 Naira in Nigeria and $100 in the USA. What’s strange however is, in these 2 other countries, it doesn’t cost that much to fill a full tank of same car.
That makes Ghana the most expensive country to live in presently. She urged her followers to tighten their belts and double their hustle to survive.
Miss Ibrahim thinks the economic hardship in Ghana is not going away soon therefore the citizens must find ways to survive.
She suggested multiple streams of income as the viable option to explore. Juliet made this submission on Twitter.