One half of the dissolved music duo Dobble, Paa Kwasi has recounted some challenges he went through when he initial came to Accra to look for greener pastures some many years ago.
According to the talented musician, it is not all that glitters which is gold. He told Nana Romeo earlier this morning when he appeared as a guest on the stations ‘Entertainment Capital’ show that one taxi driver he normally used for his small rounds in town always thought that it was all fun and easy for him when he was growing up until he shared a little of his life story with him.
He disclosed that to encourage this taxi driver and advise him to stop complaining about his challenges, he shared the story about how he was into masonry when he initially came to Accra.
He revealed that he told the taxi driver that most of the houses at Adenta down, which were a state-sponsored housing project saw them work as masons till the completion of the project. He added that he carried many of the blocks and mortar which was used to build these houses.
The “I Love You” singer emphasized that surprisingly, this taxi driver stopped crying about his struggles and decided to forge on in life after he shared his true life story with him.
Watch the video of Paa Kwesi share this challenging story about his past below: