‘I Would Not Have Been Able To Purchase 12 Cars For My Transport Business If I Stayed In Ghana’ – Actor Pepe Reveals

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Former Kumawood actor and producer, Prince Ntiamoah Badu, fondly called Pepe, recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Zionfelix on the Uncut show in Germany.

During the interview, Pepe opened up about his life-changing decision to move to Germany in 2013, a decision he now considers one of the best he has ever made.

Pepe candidly spoke about the challenges he faced when he initially relocated to Germany as he revealed that finding a job proved to be quite a daunting task when he moved initially.

He added that despite that earlier struggle, looking back now, he believes that his journey to Germany has turned out to be a blessing in disguise.

Before making the move to Germany, Pepe had established himself as a prominent figure in the Ghanaian entertainment industry, starting his acting and producing career in 2005.

He reminisced about the time when he produced his movie, “Oh Vera,” which brought him considerable success and financial rewards.

But in his own words, all the money he earned during his time in the Ghanaian film industry couldn’t compare to what he has achieved since his relocation.

Pepe mentioned that now, he is the proud owner of several businesses, some of which he preferred to keep confidential during the interview for obvious reasons.

However, one venture he was happy to disclose is his thriving transportation company. He noted that this business has grown to encompass a fleet of over 12 cars, and it’s become a significant source of his success and prosperity.

Watch the full interview below for more:

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