Gospel musician cum motivational speaker Nana Obiri Yeboah has revealed the story behind his success as a motivational speaker and a gospel musician.
In an interview with Abena Ghana on The Journey Show, Nana Obiri Yeboah shared his story on how he was raised, the obstacles he encountered and how at some point in his life, managed to serve as a house boy alongside his mum in the same house.
According to him, the Journey of his life was like a roller coaster. At some point in life my mother and I were very comfortable. My mum wasn’t too rich but she was well to do. We could afford some of the finest things and all the basic needs that made life better. I was raised by a mother who was a fashionista, so what do you expect, I grew up with a great fashion sense. But unfortunately for us, things turned around suddenly and putting food on the table became a hassle for us.
It was during this period that I learnt most of life’s lessons. It was during this period that I learnt about season, and how the good times can turn bad in a blink.
This period of my life taught me great lessons which made me who I am today. He continued
Speaking on his career as a gospel musician and a motivational speaker, Nana Obiri Yeboah revealed that his motivational messages have pushed him to heights his songs couldn’t take him. He opined that it takes Grace for an upcoming musician to reach the top.
Irrespective of your vocal prowess, you will still remain underground till thy kingdom come if you don’t find Grace and the needed support. He said
My motivational messages and words of inspiration are what has driven my career to this point. I have travelled across Europe and America.
There have been times when people actually booked tickets for me to travel abroad and give counsel on family issues. He concluded
Nana Obiri Yeboah ended his interview with an advise for the public especially young people. He urged young people to remain hopeful and keep their trust in the Lord.
He further urged people to desist from maltreating others in distress because of times and seasons.
No body knows what tomorrow holds, so in our daily lives, it is better to treat people fairly to avoid regrets later. He said
The Journey Show is a weekly television talk show that airs on Adom Tv every Sunday evening.
Please watch the full interview below:
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