‘My Father Was A Shoemaker’ – Obaapa Christy Tells Story Of Her Humble Beginning

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Gospel musician, Obaapa Christy in an interview on Friday told the story of her humble beginning to inspire all who look up to her.

She told Nana Romeo of Accra FM that even though she is quite comfortable in life now, things have not always been like this.

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According to her, she used to sell a lot of second-hand clothes after school just because things were not that financially stable at home.

Obaapa Christy disclosed that her father when she was growing up was just a cobbler popularly called a shoemaker in Ghana.

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Her mother on the other hand was into the sale of anything at all she could lay her hands on, provided it was not illegal.

Obaapa Christy added that despite all these challenges her family had financially, God decided to make her the one person to change the story of her family from being tagged as poor by everyone to one that is quite financially ok.

Watch Obaapa Christy speak in the video below for more…

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