Most Ghanaian youth has been tagged as fraudsters when they are seen living in lavish life. Especially driving luxurious cars and staying in big mansions.
The truth is that not all of them are fraudsters some really suffered to be where they are today. Some of these gentlemen use to share their life stories on social media platforms to encourage the youth to be strong and never to give up in life. They should focus on anything they do which is right and at the right time, it will bear good fruit.
An interview sighted by the WithGodYouShareNotWant on Zionfelix YouTube channel with a Ghanaian young man who bases in Belgium reveals how life has been good for him after he had the chance to travel to Belgium.
He has been to purchase a house which cost ¢1.6M and a range rover which cost ¢228,000. He is also a music producer who has been supporting most of the upcoming artists.
According to Dennis in the interview, he got married in 2012 and he has been with his wife up to date with two children.
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