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‘How you start doesn’t matter but where you aim at matters’-Mzvee shares what motivates her to work harder

Ghanaian singer and dancehall artiste Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, popularly known as MzVee has disclosed how she grew from a poor home to a rich home.

Speaking in an interview on the McBrown’s kitchen show, the singer narrated how she and her family lived in a single room, adding that food is what makes her family happy.

According to MzVee, during their hard time as a family, her mom one day decided to cook a pot of rice and sell which gradually grew from one pot to her owning 2 chop-bars and a restaurant.

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On the other hand, her dad had the opportunity to travel to Holland where he decided to start selling and buying spare parts which has gradually help him own 21 shops at Abossey-Okai, a place in Accra where one can find different trades.

MzVee comes from a family of 6, her 3 siblings, her parents and herself but pushed herself to work hard when they had “nothing”

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“It doesn’t matter how you start, it’s about where you’re going or where you aim to see yourself”, she added that this is what motivates her to keep working hard.

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Fuseina Issaka |TalksAfrica.com|

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