Talking about having it all but not all flaunting, for Efia Odo it’s about giving priorities to things that can be beneficial to you in the long term, not short term gains. She made a remark that she just couldn’t understand why many Ghanaians like to flaunt without planning for the long haul.
Ghanaian actress Efia Odo says she is affluent in some ways but she prefers to focus on lifetime goals rather than to be flashing wealth up and down. Flaunting is good but having a good investment is even better.
People in this country are overly obsessed with material things. It’s like they’ll rather prove that they have a car or the latest gadget than actually owning land or having a progressive business. Sad bunch of folks. I will continue to take Uber until I can afford 20 cars !
— efiaodo (@efiaodo1) December 12, 2019