“A Sachet Of Pure Water Is N20, What Is Left For The Common Man” – Actor, Walter Anga Laments
Walter Anga questioned on his Instagram page what is left for the ordinary man who can barely afford to pay his rent and N2000 units of electricity.
According to the Tourism Ambassador for Rivers State, due to the deteriorating state of the economy, a period will come when the poor will be forced to eat from the wealthy.
Sharing a photo of himself holding a sachet of water, he wrote;
“A sachet of pure water is now #20…What is left for a common man? When he can’t afford to buy 2k units for electricity in a month talkless of him paying his house rent @150k annually and minimum wage is #30k. Time dey come when the poor will feed from the rich by fire by force”
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Reacting to this;
Everything happening presently na Desmond Elliot cause am
My brother we are all short of words but may God help and deliver our motherland
Even a cup of garri that use to be 20naira is now 100naira a cup
It’s not funny at all but God go help us sir. It’s been a while I saw your movie.my regards to your family
My brother water they say he no get enemy but is before now water is enemy to some people
The Lord will surely see us through this hard moments… You look breath-taking by the way