Ayisha Modi Praises Criss Waddle As She Speaks About Why She Opened Her Restaurant, ‘Akyire H)’ – Watch Video

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On Thursday, August 17, controversial social media star, Ayisha Modi put together a grand event to launch her new restaurant, Akyire H, which is located at Tabora Alhaji, Accra.

The opening of the restaurant saw a lot of respected personalities in the media space like Angel FM’s Ohemaa Woyeje, Hitz FM’s Tima Kumkum, and many others in attendance.

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After weeks of a successful launch, Ayisha Modi has finally come out to reveal what got her to start the business in the first place.

In a chat with Zionfelix, the popular Ghanaian socialite revealed that the boss of AMG Business, Criss Waddle, advised her to start the business.

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Ayisha Modi disclosed that Criss Waddle told her to start a business that would always give her money when she came to Ghana for her usual break from work after she asked him for a loan when she literally got ‘broke’ after spending all her money on solving people’s problems when she came to Ghana.

The CEO of the newly-opened traditional-themed restaurant added that after Criss Waddle gave her some $3,000 for upkeep, he advised that she start a business that could fetch her some money anytime she is in Ghana.

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She said this advice caused her to open a restaurant, which took her about seven months.

Watch the video below for more.

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