Dr Kweku Oteng says his money started to multiply after paying tithes consistently

Dr Kweku Oteng says his money started to multiply after paying tithes consistently

- Owner of Adonko Bitters and chairman of Angel Group Ltd has said that tithing was the secret ingredient that brought him great wealth

- According to Dr Kweku Oteng, his income never amassed beyond one million cedis (now GHc 100) until he spoke to a pastor about it

- The man of God told Dr Oteng to practise tithing and in 3 months, he was able to make 3 million old cedis with which he bought his first car

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Dr Kweku Oteng, the chairman of Angel Group Ltd and the owner of Adonko Bitters has indicated it was tithing consistently that brought him the great wealth he now enjoys.

In the snippet of a live radio interview that is now making waves on social media, the renowned Ghanaian businessman mentioned that back in the day, he was unable to earn more than one million cedis (now GHc 100).

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According to Dr Oteng, whenever his money got close to the figure, misfortune would befall him, causing him to spend the money and reducing his income to ground zero.

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Dr Kweku Oteng further added that things began to turn around when he went to see his pastor about the issue.

"I went to my pastor at the time and told him about my predicament and how my money was never able to cross the one million mark. He asked whether I was a tither and asked me to practise it and my income will cross the mark in six months", Dr Oteng said.

The Ghanaian CEO surprisingly pointed out that in just three months of practising what his pastor told him, he was able to make three million and bought his first car out of that.

Dr Oteng concluded by entreating the youth to take spiritual practices seriously and put God first in all things.

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In other news, Prince Kwesi Ofori, a young man who graduated from the Aburi Secondary Technical School now sells buffloaf, popularly known as 'boflot', to fend for himself.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh's Nanaday, Prince indicated that this is not the first menial job he has engaged in as he previously worked as a security guard, waiter, mason, driver's 'mate', and shoe trader.

When asked why he has been in a business dominated by women for the past two years, the hardworking young man indicated that he picked up the 'boflot' trade from his mother.

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