igerian comedienne and actress, Helen Paul, has lamented the predicament of the average business owner in Nigeria.
She took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, May 17, to raise a concern about the epileptic power supply and increase in electricity tariff.
According to her, business owners spend a lot of money to fuel their generator to run their businesses, and in turn, use the profit realized from the business to pay for the NEPA bill.
Bemoaning the sad situation, the 44-year-old comic actress asserted that the average business owner can no longer account for their profit and investment.
“In Nigeria, you fuel your generator to run your business and use the profit to pay NEPA bill”, she wrote.
A while ago, Helen Paul took to her social media page to share how she hid her truth from the public after surviving a car accident.
She shared a photo of when she had a ‘black eye’ and disclosed that she was involved in a car accident in Abuja.
Sharing the photo, she wrote: “Sometime ago, I was involved in a car accident in Abuja. I suffered a concussion to my head and had to wear sunglasses for a while.
“When taking pictures with others, I would leave my sunglasses on and many complained that I didn’t want my face to show in pictures with them.
“Some even assumed I was being proud, being a star 😃 They were totally oblivious of the true situation. Not all things are truly what they appear to be.
“Many are hiding a lot and showing the best side on social media. Focus on the majors and forget the minors. Thank God. Everyday for all blessings, great and small.”
The comedienne is also known as “Tatafo”, characterized by a voice range that makes her sound like a child.