29-year-old Zionfelix on how he started hustling as a student blogger before rising to fame

29-year-old Zionfelix on how he started hustling as a student blogger before rising to fame

- Popular 29-year-old blogger, Zionfelix, has recounted how he rose to become famous

- According to Zion, he was in level 200 at the University of Ghana when he started doing radio and later ventured into blogging

- Zion indicates he had no major assistance from anyone but became successful because of his passion and hard work

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Felix Adomako Mensah, a young Ghanaian blogger professionally known as Zionfelix, has revealed that his journey to fame started as a student blogger and radio personality.

Zionfelix recounted this in a recent interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on The Delay Show with the popular host, Deloris Frimpong Manso.

Felix indicated during the 19th minute of the interview that he was from a humble background in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region, when he moved to study at the University of Ghana.

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By the time he was in level 200 at UG, Zion mentions, he started working at Radio Universe, which is a campus-based radio station in the school.

With no major assistance from anyone, Zion indicates he started his blog nine years ago and with hard work, passion and determination, has risen to his current pedestal.

Just recently, the 29-year-old built and unveiled his own studio in an event graced by many Ghanaian celebrities at Kasoa.

READ ALSO: Sista Afia splashes cash on Zionfelix in hilarious new video

29-year-old Zionfelix on how he started hustling as a student blogger before rising to fame

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In another exciting grass-to-grace report, Vida Nsor, a Ghanaian pure water seller who is also a single mother of four has been pleasantly surprised with a full apartment along with GHc7,500 to get herself established.

SVTV Africa in Ghana was responsible for the gesture as a video sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that the group aired the sachet water hawker's story on their social media platforms.

After watching the story of how the single mother was struggling to take care of herself and the children, tons of Ghanaians decided to give her a helping hand.

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