- A man who rides a commercial motorcycle, popularly known as Okada, Alhaji Tijani Umar, says he has 4 wives and 16 children
- According to him, he was a scrap dealer but business was not smooth hence his decision to venture into the business
- He added that he believes the business is a lucrative one and he earns about GHc1000 a month
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Alhaji Tijani Umar, who drives a commercial motorcycle, has disclosed that the business helps him take care of his family.
According to him, he is able to feed his four wives and 16 children from the proceeds he accumulates from his job.
In an interview with Class FM on Thursday, January 9, 2020, Umar disclosed that the business is a lucrative one.
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He added that he plies his trade at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region. Umar went on to say that he was previously a scrap dealer but circumstances compelled him to switch jobs.
“My family knows that I’m an Okada rider. I even have one adopted daughter at Legon, I visit her always with my Okada and her friends laugh at her that her father is an Okada man but I know what I’m getting, I know what I’m fetching, Okada is a good business”, he explained.
He further stated that Sundays are best for business and he often makes GHc1000 a month from his job.
In other news, the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has been spotted in a video exhibiting his dancing skills at the maiden edition of the Africa Premier Leadership Awards.
The event, held in Kumasi, in the Ashanti region, attracted the crème de la crème of public figures in society.
It was also an occasion to honour people who have played vital roles in areas such as peace, stability and the development of Ghana.
The Asantehene was the recipient of the ‘Pillar of Peace’ award for his immense role in these areas, especially with regard to leading the Committee of Eminent Chiefs to resolve the Dagbon crisis.
Dagbon, which has portions of its areas in the Northern, Upper West and Upper East regions of Ghana, has endured 16 years of conflict
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