Ghanaian musician with numerous hit songs sells Indomie to support his music

Ghanaian musician with numerous hit songs sells Indomie to support his music

- A Takoradi-based musician, AYA RamseyB, reportedly sells Indomie, a brand of noodles, to support his music career

- AYA RamseyB is a member of the music duo AYA and they have recorded a number of popular songs in Ghana

- He revealed that he was depressed at a point in time and later decided to venture into the business to help bring in additional revenue has learned that a Takoradi-based musician, AYA RamseyB sells Indomie, a popular type of noodles, to support his music career.

AYA RamseyB, whose real name is Bismark Amoako, is a member of the music duo, AYA.

They have a number of hit songs such as Continental, Nana Yaa, Telewele and several others to their credit.

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AYA RamseyB has reportedly ventured into sale of noodles as he seeks to enjoy an additional source of income.

His Indomie stand, per a report by, is located at the Kwesimintin taxi station at Takoradi.

According to him, he opted for the Indomie business after losing his management and sponsors.

The loss led to depression and he decided to take the bold step to establish the business, which he has named Continental Noodles.

The Indomie stand has reportedly enjoyed patronage as his loyal music listeners patronize his meal.

In other news, is in possession of a video which shows that between 3 million to 6 million Black women in the United States of America are single.

In the video, a number of possible reasons have been given with respect to the situation and they include academic qualifications, salary levels and the ratio of Black men to Black women in the country.

Nicole Marshand, aged 31, who is a prosecuting attorney and aiming to be a state court judge, disclosed that she looks forward to getting married.

Information available shows that 42% of Black women have never been married and this is double the percentage attributed to White women.

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