Mr. Beautiful says he sells coconuts to survive hardship in Ghana

By Stermy 2 Min Read

Mr. Beautiful, a well-known Ghanaian actor, has revealed that he has turned to selling sugarcane and coconut as a means of survival amidst the current economic crisis in Ghana.

Speaking during a recent radio interview with Property FM based in Cape Coast, he attributed his current struggles to the collapse of the Ghanaian movie industry.

Clement Bonney, the actor’s legal name, shared that the coconuts he sells are sourced from his hometown, Abura Dunkwa, in the Central Region of Ghana.

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He expressed, “The collapse of the movie industry has brought extreme hardships on some of us who are actively engaged in such a venture. In order to survive the hardships in Ghana due to the collapse of the movie industry, I now sell sugarcane and coconut.”

He further explained, The coconut that I sell is the one that is grown in my hometown in Central Region which is Abura Dunkwa.”

Despite facing challenges in his acting career due to his public support for former President Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2012 and 2016 elections, Mr. Beautiful conveyed to Graphic Showbiz in a 2020 interview that his economic difficulties are not sufficient reasons for him to renounce the party.

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