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‘I Had To Sell Second-Hand Clothes In Order To Survive At A Point’ – Gospel Musician, Noble Nketsiah Recounts Struggles

Renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, Noble Richard Nketsiah has recounted the struggles he had to go through to make it in life.

The talented musician made this known in a recent interview he had with the popular Ghanaian radio show host, Kweku Bempong Burundy on Oman FM.

In the interview, he recounted his struggles in life and within the course of his submission, he indicated that life was not that ‘bright’ for him as he had to sell second-hand clothes at a point in his life in order to survive.

He also stated that he was once a ‘Trotro’ mate. Watch him recount his story in the video below;

The musician was born at Winneba in the Central Region. He is the fifth of eight children to his father, but the firstborn of three to his mother.

His education started at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Nursery, before proceeding to Christian Preparatory School. He also attended Calvary Preparatory and Junior Secondary School before finally completing his basic education at the Holy Spirit M. A. Junior Secondary School.

For his senior high school educated, he attended Anglican Secondary School where he obtained his Senior Secondary School Certificate.

Some of the hit songs he has released include Se Me tease, Barima Yesu, Meto, Medan Wo, Masei Memre, Mmere Pa Beba, Mpaebo, Yesu Wo Do, and Mensuro.

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Source: CelebritiesbuzzGh | ‘I Had To Sell Second-Hand Clothes In Order To Survive At A Point’ – Gospel Musician, Noble Nketsiah Recounts Struggles