Ghanaian musician, Peter Famiyeh Bozah, simply known as Fameye, has revealed the menial jobs he did some years ago.
He seems to have passed through a lot before he got his breakthrough in the Ghanaian music scene.
Fameye disclosed in an interview on Hitz FM that he sold sobolo, collected refuse from homes, engaged in farming and activities and more.
He stated that people in his area knew he was a hard worker.
“I won’t go back to where I used to be but I will remember where I used to be. Anyone who lives at Kwabenya, Mosuku or Ashongman Estate will know that I’m not lying about certain things I used to do before.
“Kwabenya East Police post, I used to fetch water for people there to flush toilets when they make an arrest. I was the one who planted the lawns and painted the place. I weed the whole community. Everyone knows that I am hardworking,” Fameye divulged.
“I have a potato farm in front of the house and I sold ‘sobolo’. I worked at noon and at night. In the morning, I go to sell ice cream at a school called Faith Foundation. I have sold sim cards and done all the menial jobs before,” the ‘Notin I Get’ composer further stated.