Former Ghana black stars captain, Asamoah Gyan has stirred social media with latest photos of his piggy bank known locally as ‘susu box‘ containing huge monies he made from his personal savings.
Asamoah Gyan posted mouthwatering video of savings he started making on his own in just 6 months during Covid-19 pandemic where Ghana was under lockdown.
In a live video, the former Black Star player proved doubters wrong after he said he had saved and was asking them to do same.
In his live video, Asamoah Gyan showed off two boxes and made his senior brothers to break it open. A huge sum of money was discovered after breaking the box.
He remarked that the reason why he wants his fans to know about this is so that they’ll get to know the importance of savings.
The 35-year-old added that his denominations may look big but people should not be discouraged by the little that they can save on their own.
“Even if it’s 1 cedis,2 cedis, 5cedis; If that’s your capacity ,save it. Don’t look at mine and give up. We all need to learn how to save”,he said.
“I used to do this as a kid. This money you’re seeing here, I’ll use part to buy some items and donate to charity, the rest, to the bank. If I can do it, then, you can do it too”,he further said.
“This is what I was doing during the lockdown. Anytime I came back from work I just dropped whatever was left in my pocket in the box. If I can do it, so can you. Some of spend so much on food. Put your monies in a box, I made all this in six months
When I was little I use to do this same thing and it really helped me. Everything you get please put it down in a box. I am not saying don’t chew Kebab and have fun. It’s just a simple advice that I am giving you. An experience that will help all of you .If you like you can take it, if you don’t you can move on with your life as well”.
Watch the video below: