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Limit How You Give – Efia Odo Advises Rich People As She Gives Reasons

Ghanaian socialite and actress Andrea Owusu known in showbiz as Efia Odo has advised financial well-to-do people to tone down on how they give out to people.

The controversial social commentator took to her Twitter handle to admonish her followers against the wanton doling out of money to people.

This, she said makes some people to always feel that they are entitled to the money of others. She tweeted, “People will always take from you, learn your limit when it comes to giving.”

Many of her followers agreed with her on this issue with a lot of others also suggesting that they have taken the advice in good faith.

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Efia Odo’s comment comes as a surprise to many as she is a well known cheerful benefactor and a preacher of good deeds.

Well, in today’s world, anything is possible. Probably she has been duped before and she has learnt her lesson the bitter way. She may therefore be using her experience to guide others from falling prey to the cunning lifestyle of some people.

Efia Odo who hails from Juaben in the Ashanti region was a health care worker in the United States of America before relocating to Ghana to pursue her acting career.

She became very popular through social media with her style of dressing which caught the attention of her followers on the various social media platforms. Currently she has quite a good number of followers on her Twitter handle where she is very active.

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In the movie industry, Efia Odo has not been in the A-list category but her short stint has been felt by all movie lovers. She played a role in the movie “Heels and Sneakers” which was produced by Yvonne Nelson.

Recently, she was also a strong voice in the social movement, “Fix The Country” campaign which put pressure on the government to address some of the challenges facing the Ghana.

She led the campaign on Twitter and was always a subject of cyber bullying from members of the New Patriotic Party who saw her actions as a move to paint their party black.

The 28-year old thespian has grown a thick skin for such social media trolls and abuses after she has endured worst forms of abuse in the media over the years.

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