Ameyaw Debrah Reveals How He Spent His Entire Savings On His Youtube Channel As They Celebrate Their Fifth Anniversary

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Renowned Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, has disclosed some of the challenges he went through when he started his YouTube channel five years ago.

As he celebrated the fifth anniversary of the channel known as Ameyaw TV today, February 10 with the members of his hardworking team, Ameyaw decided to share some of the highs and lows of the journey so far.

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In a video, he recorded and shared on the Youtube channel, the award-winning blogger revealed that the journey started off as a joke after he made a post on social media that he wanted people to work on his Youtube channel.

He also mentioned that this was the period he decided to quit his jobs at Yen Ghana and Pulse Ghana because he realized that video was going to take over the social media space soon.

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He mentioned that the journey during the first year was a herculean one because he spent over 300 percent of his saving, which was literally all his savings in the channel and he was not earning any money.

Despite all these frustrations, the PR expert disclosed that things have been better in the last year even though they are not at the level he envisaged yet.

He also thanked all the people who have been watching their videos all these years and urged them to continue to stick with them.

Watch the video below…

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