According to the legislator, life has become so hard that he no longer visits the barbering salon to shave his hair.
He revealed that this is as a result of the fact that barbers in the country have adjusted their prices and he cannot afford.
Speaking on Dwaso Nsem on Tuesday morning, he said “Captain look at my head now, the Lord is barber now, I can’t even go to the barbering salon. Their prices are very high.”
Last month, the honourable member rode a bicycle to Parliament in protest of the high cost of fuel and the economic conditions under the Akufo-Addo administration.
The legislator revealed that it was a way of alerting the government to the current predicament of the people.
“Fuel prices keep going up. Prices of commodities keep going up and there seems to be no end in sight in respect of the suffering that ordinary Ghanaians who do not have free fuel and free vehicles maintained by the state.”