According to Ghanaian journalist Berla Mundi, she frequently chooses trotros and taxis over more expensive modes of transportation despite their lower cost.
The TV3 host asserts that she does not exaggerate herself and does not consider her celebrity status to be a barrier.
In response to a question on Twitter about why she still picks up cabs at her level, Berla Mundi hinted that since she is not a celebrity, she saw nothing wrong with that.
“Sir, I’m not a famous person. Berla Mundi responded, “I’m just a young Ghanaian woman on TV who picks trotro and taxis as well.
As a celebrity who needs to catch up to the competition, Berla Mundi did not put herself under excessive pressure, and she wanted the fan to know this.
Berla Mundi expressed her displeasure with the expensive taxi fares in a previous tweet and announced she would start walking to work. Her complaints followed recent price increases in the nation.
Many assumed Berla Mundi, a broadcaster who has been working her job for years while also hosting several shows, would be in her opulent car or would probably choose an Uber, but she has insisted that she is not worried about those things right now.
Picking up a taxi, in Berla Mundi’s opinion, does not devalue her status as a respected media professional or diminish her value as a champion of people being their authentic selves.