He disclosed he began a Ministry after a six months course at the bible school.
He also revealed that “before I left Ghana, I had 12 fellowships… I had twelve towns where I ministered”.
According to him, he later took on different jobs in the United Kingdom including as a Cleaner, Gym instructor, bouncer, and then a bodyguard.
He noted that not long after becoming a bodyguard, he left for Ghana due to marital challenges to settle in Tema with a female friend.
Upon his return, he said he began a noodle business which collapsed due to bureaucracies in importation at the time.
This forced him into becoming a security guard in one of the companies he supplied the noodles to and later set up a private security agency.
Subsequently, he ventured into mining by taking a job as a casual worker but left the job later, he said.
“I got an opportunity. Someone led me to a land where I began my own mining company and that has made me what I am today.”
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