Noble Nketsiah has spoken up about his upbringing, revealing how he survived by selling second-hand garments.
According to the gospel musician who was speaking in an interview on Oman FM with Kweku Bempong Burgundy, growing up was difficult for him, and he had to work extremely hard before he could afford a three-square dinner for himself.
He went on to say that because of the hardships he had as a child, he was forced to work menial jobs that paid him less than he was entitled to.
He confessed that his life was not easy since he had to sell second-hand garments at one time in his life and even became a trotro mate in order to live.
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