In a bid to pass one of his dry jokes, DKB claimed the moment government changed senior secondary school to senior high school, the ‘high’ in the name inevitably affected the kids.
He tweeted, “Sometimes our leaders are funny to me, they are complaining about the rise of weed consumption among students forgetting it was their fault.
It was secondary school, you changed it to HIGH SCHOOL!”
DKB was also in the news recently when he counselled veteran actor Psalm Adjteteyfio to invest the money he has received so far from well-meaning Ghanaians including the Vice President into profitable businesses so he wouldn’t have to beg in the future again.
“Guys, I feel like saying this and putting this very important message across. You see the deploration situation our legendary actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio has found himself and the fact that he’s had generosity coming his way by virtue of the Vice President giving him GH¢50, 000. The GH¢20, 000 for upkeep and GH¢30,000 for his rent,” he said.
He added: “Please the GH¢20,00 if you are close to him, let him know that it is investment money, not money to live off… it’s enough embarrassment to come out and be talking about him needing help, calling people for help and doing interviews. It’s disheartening because it makes Creative Arts look bad.
Now that he’s had 20, 000 he must invest it. He shouldn’t invest in transport or hospitality, he will regret. He should invest in basic necessities, simple waakye and koko (porridge) business. He has a brand name that is active, he can make it TT waakye business and TT Sobolo business and people will support.”