Proof That Keche’s Wife, Joana Did Galamsey Before Her Current Wealth Surfaces Online Days After Her Viral ‘$700 Million’ Net Worth Interview (+Photo)

In the last few days, Keche Andrew’s wife, Joana Gyan’s interview with Delay is one that has seen a lot of social media reaction, especially the part she made her infamous net worth revelation many people do not believe.

What many people failed to however take not of is the story she shared about how she started her life as galamsey girl at age 8 because her family was in the business already.

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Joan further pointed out that her former husband, who happens to be a white man heightened the interest she has in the business when they started their life as a couple later.

Even though her marriage with her former husband ended, the CEO of Golden Legacy Empire Limited added that she went ahead to establish companies that deal in the buying and selling of gold, and sometimes go to the ground to do actual galamsey work herself.

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On this particular claim, zionfelix.net can report that it is likely true because of this photo we have stumbled on.

The photo we picked up on social media has Joana Gyan helping out with the cleaning of the sand to get the desired end product.

Check out the photo below

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