“I will trash out the idea of travelling because it has helped me a lot. If you are ready to work and will not follow bad peers, you will succeed here. Otherwise, stay in Ghana,” he said.
Francis mentioned that his journey in the UK was not a smooth transition. He started out working with a Greek company where he ironed clothes. Eventually, a relative introduced him to music promotion.
Money Matters has worked with great artists like Dada KD, Ofori Amponsah, the late Bishop Micheal Osei Bonsu among others. Currently, he owns a shop at Dalston market in London where he sells CDs.
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