I farm to support myself aside from doing music – King Ayisoba exclusively reveals

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Celebrated Ghanaian musician, Albert Apoozore, professionally known as King Ayisoba has revealed that he is involved in farming and animal rearing in addition to his music career.

According to the multiple award-winning traditional singer, he has a farm in Bolgatanga in the Upper East region of Ghana, where he cultivates millet, and groundnut amongst many other crops which he sells for income.

The ‘I want to see you my father’ crooner, further made known that he also rears goats, cows, guinea fowl and cock, which helps him generate some income to cater for the needs of his family.

Ayisoba made this revelation during an exclusive interview with Blakk Rasta on 3FM’s Urban Blend.

“Sometimes I’m a farmer. If I don’t go on a musical tour I will go to Bolga to farm. I cultivate groundnuts and millet. I don’t farm marijuana and even the lands in the North do not support its growth.

There are a few places that it supports but generally, it’s not good. I like animals as well so I rear cows, goats, Guinea fowl and cock. I am not rich or poor but I’ve been managing,” he said

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