- Gospel musician, Francis Amo, has recounted his struggle with homelessness and extreme poverty before fame
- The Adom hitmaker recalled an experience during his first visit to the United States of America with two other colleagues
- He spoke in an interview with Madonna Opong on Footprint TV as he attributed his success to God's grace
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Gospel musician, Francis Amo, has recounted his struggle with homelessness and extreme poverty as she recalled an experience during his first visit to the United States of America.
He recounted arriving in Accra to look for his birth father but couldn't find him, becoming stranded and homeless as a result.
In an Instagram video seen by YEN.com.gh, Amo shared his struggle before earning fame through his talent with Madonna Opong of Footprint TV.
The Adom singer recalled trekking from Kaneshie to Odorkor in Accra for two years after he became homeless.
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First visit to the US
The Cape Coast-born musician narrated an experience with an immigration officer during his first visit to the US.
He recounted that he travelled with two other persons who had planned not to make him speak at the immigration office at the airport because he could not express himself in the Queen's language.
Unknown to them, the plan was a blessing in disguise as a white immigration officer at the airport approved Amo's passport to give him an easy pass into the US, while the officer delayed his colleagues for several minutes.
Credits God for his transformation
Amo attributed his miraculous transformation and success to God's grace as he urged people not to give up.
Watch his video below:
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YEN.com.gh previously reported that a German-based Ghanaian man, identified as GH Boy Ben, has recounted how he embarked on a fatal journey to Italy through the Libyan sea for greener pasture.
Before the takeoff, Ben was a driver alongside his thriving transport business in Ghana. He had a private taxi with one person working for him.
He, however, lost interest in working as a driver during the reign of former Ghanaian president John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor.
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She started by narrating how her second failed marriage happened, revealing that she traveled to Ghana for her father's funeral and spent three weeks.
She recounted that she left her child in the care of her second husband in Germany, with support from her trusted female friend.
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