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I will never go broke – Ofori Amponsah

Ofori Amponsah, a well-known hip-hop artist from Ghana, has disclosed that he has covertly made so many investments that he does not think he will ever go broke.


The “Odo Nti” hitmaker said in an interview with Zionfelix TV that in addition to his music, he has made investments in farming and thinks these will last him a lifetime.

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“My life is very simple, and I do not think I will ever go broke. When you come to my house, there are plants, cassava, everything. People’s opinions do not really matter to me. My catalogue alone provides enough for me every month. My parents began farming, and I am going to delve deeper into it. At my house, the backyard is dedicated to food.


Ofori Amponsah claims that music still gives him food, and he is happy with his current level of success.

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“I am not greedy; aside from music, I just write songs and buy plots to build; music still feeds me because in a year, I get Ghc4 billion from shows, and that is enough. God has helped me so much for 20 years,” he continued.


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