Life they say it's not easy and the road to success is truly tough. To climb the ladder of success requires hard work, determination, perseverance and above all discipline. There is no short cut and the only way to make it in life is to work assiduously. A man of God who is impacting positively on this current generation with his anointing is Reverend Abbeam Danso.
Before becoming great and renowned, the man of God did what he had to do to survive. He carried latrine to earn a living around kaneshi in Accra which was really a tough time in his life. Narrating his heartbreaking ordeal on Kingdom FM in an interview, the preacher man described life as hard when growing up as a child.
He indicated that he worked in several places with menial jobs just to survive and him working as a latrine boy was just for his survival but not to generate an income. He did it to find food to eat. He opined " I didn't carry toilet because of money but to find food to eat."
His transformation in life began when he enrolled in a Bible school at the church where he worked. This is how wonderful the works of God are.
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