Chairman Wontumi narrates how he was cleaner & watchman before becoming rich

Chairman Wontumi narrates how he was cleaner & watchman before becoming rich

- Chairman Wontumi has indicated that he was once facing serious hardship in life, working as a cleaner and later a watchman

- According to the famous NPP politician, he was relentless at success despite the hardships and it finally paid off

- Now, Chairman Wontumi is a multi-millionaire with several companies and properties

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Bernard Antwi Boasiako, a famous New Patriotic Party politician popularly known as Chairman Wontumi has narrated how he started out as a poor cleaner before making it.

In an interview with ZionFelix Entertainment News sighted by YEN.com.gh on the organization's official YouTube channel, Chairman Wontumi indicated that life used to be extremely hard.

According to him, when he was a cleaner in the UK when he decided against his father's wish that it was time to start a new life back in Ghana.

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Chairman Wontumi said that when he returned, his first idea was to start a cleaning company but that did not materialize as Zoomlion emerged around the same time.

However, he kept pursuing success relentlessly by starting off a security venture by being a watchman.

Fast-forward to four years ago, the regional chairman said he owns 100 houses in Kumasi alone.

On February 7, 2020, Ghanaweb reported that Chairman Wontumi said that at a point, he used to make $1 million every single day through his mining venture.

Chairman Wontumi narrates how he was cleaner & watchman before becoming rich
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In another interesting report, a Ghanaian taxi driver whose name is withheld has confessed that he is currently being haunted after spending GHc1,200 that one of his passengers left inside his car.

Speaking on HappyFM's confessions programme called Boneka, the driver indicated that he tried to keep the money for the owner but it appeared as though enough time had elapsed.

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According to him, he waited for one year to see whether anyone would come to him asking about their lost money, but nothing of the sort ever happened.

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