From A Cleaner In London To A CEO Of 10 Companies – Ghanaian Singer’s Story Will Wow You (Photos)

Ghanaian UK-based Gospel musician, Sonnie Badu, took to his Instagram page to share the beautiful story of how he went from being a university cleaner to bagging two honorary doctorate degrees. Sonnie is also a UN Ambassador of Sacred Music and he is a recipient of Key to the City of Brooklyn, New York.

Read what he shared below;

I have worked as a cleaner in London before. I used to clean universities while my age mates were studying. I have also worked as a burger flipper in McDonald’s. I have worked in Tescos, boots, dixon’s, jones boot makers and being homeless before. I wore one suite to church, however it never stopped me from loving God because I understood times and seasons. At a point the mother of a young girl I wanted to marry in London told me never to step foot into their house simply because I had nothing to my name .. I think she provoked something in me. Today by the grace of God, I am a CEO of almost 10 companies, with an honorary Doctorate, a UN ambassador with an honorary key to the city of Brooklyn, an author of 15 books, 3 smashing albums under my record, happily married to a beautiful queen and God has blessed me with 2 kids .. so when I tell you don’t give up, pls hear me .. you are next in line for Gods breakthrough.

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    Okoye Mmaduabuchi4 months agoReply

    Wow,what an inspiration to others

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    Samuel IbeOjo Okoh4 months agoReply

    No condition is permanent

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    Awurum Clifford4 months agoReply

    Wow what an inspirational post, this is favour at work

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    Philip Hezekiah4 months agoReply

    this is quite inspiring

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    Philip Hezekiah4 months agoReply

    no condition at all which is permanent

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    Emioge Oghenethoja4 months agoReply

    I’M Motivated.

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    Philip Hezekiah4 months agoReply

    same here Emioge

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    Awurum Clifford4 months agoReply

    Very inspiring story, I love yiur music so much, keep soaring high

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    kayode oyebanji4 months agoReply

    Wow…I am sure humility took her there..

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    Rachael Kevwe3 months agoReply

    So inspiring, am next online.

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