The bragging and showing off from the Frimpong family, Fella Makafui and her husband Medikal has gotten on the last nerve of some Ghanaians.
The couple have the wealth of an average business owner in Ghana but they present it as though they are the richest couple in the country.
Not long ago, Medikal, born Samuel Frimpong, came to claim that while people are hating and trying to bring him down, he is building his 7th mansion at the young age of 27.
Fella Makafui, a Ghanaian actress, entrepreneur and wife to Medikal, is following the foot steps of her husband.
Precious Frimpong, affectionately known as Fella Makafui is online saying she makes more than GHc10,000 each day through her ‘many businesses’.
The young mother of one has taken to her social media page to make a braggadocious statement.
Undoubtedly, Fella Makafui is a successful business woman who represents many brands as their ambassador. In addition to her flourishing acting career, we know she makes a lot of money but claiming she trades over Gc10,000 daily is an ambitious statement.
Her statement came as a concern to Telecommunication networks in the country to expand the limits of transactions people are allowed to conduct through their mobile money accounts daily.
She claimed she makes and transfers more than their limits every single day and would plead with Telcos to expand it so she can do business smoothly.
That is a bragart talking because Telcos has limits on mobile accounts based on the total amount of money the account transfers and receives in a month.
Customers with a limit of GHS300 can still transact with an amount of GHS1, 000, whereas limits of GHS2, 000 and GHS5000 can transact with values of GHS5, 000 and GHS10, 000 respectively.
Also, Customers with limits of GHS1, 000, GHS 10,000 and GHS 20,000 can continue to transact in values of GHS2, 000, GHS15, 000 and GHS 30,000 respectively.
Monthly limits of GHS20, 000 and GHS 50,000 will continue to enjoy unlimited access.
Fella obviously had no idea about this and was just blowing hot air to seem as if she was rich.