Ghanaian millionaire and Chief Executive Officer of KenCity Group of Companies, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong has finally revealed his real source of income and how he became rich. Speaking in a radio station interview, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong clarified that a lot of people are going about saying he deals in narcotic drugs specifically cocaine and other spiritual source of money but those allegations are not true.
According to him he worked very hard to acheive every penny he has now with selling drugs as many people think. He lamented that a lot of people have labelled him as a drug dealer something he has never done in his life. Narrating how he became rich, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong told the host that he got opportunity travel abroad and worked there as a taxi driver.
Whiles driving the taxi, he saved $100 each day amounting to $3000 monthly. That amount was enough to buy a car abroad. After driving for seven months he was able to buy 7 cars and gave them to people to work and do sales of $40 daily to him in addition to his personal sales.
Because of his hardwork, a man in Ghana connected him to Amnesty International where he started getting huge sums of income. At that moment he started buying his houses. He bought a house the least opportunity he got and by the age of 30 he had more than 10 cars with about 20 houses.
When asked what the youth should do to become like him, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong advised the youth to first of a all fear women and refrain from womanizing, eat less and cultivate the habit of saving. They should use the time they have to work rather than discussing about his cocaine money and learn to control themselves.
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