- Ghanaian musician, Nhyiraba Kojo, has flaunted his 9-bedroom mansion which was built within just one year
- According to Nhyiraba, he got huge financial breakthroughs after putting a pause on his music to focus on other side businesses
- The rich man indicates he once worked as a tailor at Kantamanto before God raised him up
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Nhyiraba Kojo, a Ghanaian who worked as a musician before, has narrated that he was able to build his own nine-bedroom mansion in the space of just one year.
The musician flaunted the mansion that has its own music studio during a one-on-one interview with ZionFelix sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to Nhyiraba Kojo, he was able to realise his dreams after discovering it is possible for everyone to make it in life and not perpetually depend on other people.
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He used the opportunity to encourage the youth to dream really big because everything they believe they can do is actually possible.
When asked how he was able to fund the project, Nhyiraba, who once worked as a tailor at Kantamanto, revealed that he started with money he got from doing music.
Later, the rich man recounts that he started businesses aside from the music where the major financial breakthroughs God blessed him with came from.
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Meanwhile, in a separate report, Ghanaian Kumawood actress, Suzan Haidamous, has warmed many hearts with an amazing gesture to ailing veteran actor, Emmanuel Armah.
The beautiful video was made public by ZionFelix Entertainment News ad YEN.com.gh sighted it on the entity's official Facebook handle.
Suzan Haidamous, who lives in Kumasi, drove all the way to Accra to deliver tons of provisions and an undisclosed sum of money to the actor who is healing from a prolonged sickness.
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