Ghanaian model Pamela Odame Watara has shared her life story of how she came to Accra with only GHC 20.
The model revealed that when she was coming to Accra from Kumasi, she had only GHC 20 in her pocket.
According to Pamela, the GHC 20 she had on her was what she used to board a VIP bus from Kumasi to Accra.
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In an interview with ZionFelix, the Kenyan-born Ghanaian model revealed how she ended up in the capital city.
She disclosed how she had to struggle and make her way into limelight as a young girl on the streets of Accra.
"The day I was coming to Accra, I had only GHC 20 on me. When I went to the station, the driver told me my money will not be enough so he made me sit on the floor of the bus," she noted.
Pamela further disclosed that it was a good Samaritan who met her on the streets of Osu and helped her to get a sleeping place.
Kindly skip to 14:00 to hear exact words of Pamela. Source: Zion Felix
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"The night when I came, I met a man who helped me. Since he was married, he could not accommodate me in his house so he rented a small place for me in Lapaz," she added.
The video vixen continued as she narrated how she became a model and video vixen months after quitting with the married man.
She disclosed that it was a musician who she dated at the time that advised her to open an Instagram page and go into modelling.
Pamela who is now getting movie roles noted that it was through the Instagram page that she got a call from musician Coded to star in a music video.
She noted that it was after Coded's call to star in a music video that she began to get offers from other musicians and movie producers.
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