My Wedding Has Left Me A Poor Man With Huge Debts I Can’t Pay – Kumawood Actor Oteele Cries Out – A Lesson To ALL

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Kumawood actor Oteele has cried out in despair because he’s now so broke that he does not even have electricity in his house.

Oteele has revealed that he has become a poor man after getting married, complaining that his wedding did not even bring him any profits.

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He made the complaints during a recent chat with ZionFelix.

According to him, just after his wedding, he had to go rent a new place. And after renting as well, it turned out there was a debt of about Ghc 7, 800 on the house which had to be paid before the electricity would be reconnected.

“I’m broke, I spent all my money on renting this place, that’s the truth.

“After our wedding I was left broke, I didn’t make any profit out of that,” he said to the surprise of his wife, who was with him through the interview.

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“I was broke after the wedding and after that I had to look for money to rent this place, so where am I supposed to get money from to pay for the electricity?” he queried.

Oteele said he has thus been saddled with huge debts which he now cannot pay. He called on his fans who are concerned to help him pay off the debt to PDS so they reconnect the electricity to his new place.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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