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    I had to postpone my journalism to attend the  Sing-a-thon-Afua Asantewaa
    I had to postpone my journalism to attend the  Sing-a-thon-Afua Asantewaa

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    I had to postpone my journalism to attend the  Sing-a-thon-Afua Asantewaa

    A well known Ghanian woman, Afua Asantewaa, who is trying to break the Guinness World Record of the longest singing marathon has given out about her own life and other professional interest.

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    In an interview with Roselyn Felli on prime morning, Afua stated that, though she is a sports journalist but due to the interest she had in the Sing-a-thron she had to suspend her work as a sports journalist.

    During the interview she said, “I believe there are moments when discovering your purpose clashes with your career, forcing you to make a choice. I pursued my goal after discovering it. Before this happened, I almost went back to journalism, specifically sports journalism. I truly loved sports, and I wanted to focus on female sports writing, but as soon as I started, something happened, so I had to put it on hold,” 

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    Afua the mother of three girls went on and said, apart from sing-a-thon activities, she is also a committed humanitarian who always works to uplift the youth that is the young girls and also woman in Africa.

    “I am an entrepreneur that mostly produces reality shows and events to empower women. I want to influence the younger ones with the little knowledge I’ve learned from individuals I look up to because I didn’t have the chance to be groomed by anyone,” she added

    Asantewaa in response to the plans after her record attempt said, she has no ideas of becoming a musician, reiterated that her goals is to promote Ghanaian music with her attempt.

    “I don’t think I was meant to be a musician, but I don’t know what the future holds and you never say never.” I have no plans to pursue a career in music. I’m doing this for the industry, and then I’ll return to my job,” she continued.

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