Conspicuously missing in action Ghanaian musician, Sonni Balli who travelled abroad perhaps to wash utensils for the White man for survival has envisaged that he doesn’t find anything wrong with washing cooking utensils to make a living.
Sonni Balli who now lives in Milton Keynes in the UK was asked by Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM if he does menial jobs to survive in abroad as people normally want to insinuate.
He answered “What I will say is that every job be job. So far as you don’t go and commit a crime or steal what belongs to someone then you are obviously cool. When you do menial jobs abroad and you can use it to feed yourself and you don’t get yourself into trouble then that’s fine with me.
“So far as abroad is concerned there is a lot of job here for anyone so far as you are prepared to work. There is no room for laziness in abroad but I have been travelling to abroad since my childhood days so it’s not anything new to me,” he said.
Historically, Sonni Balli made a great impact in the Ghanaian music scene with successful collaborations on ‘Adedeede’ by Mary Agyapong and ‘Georgina’ by Slim Buster. In 2001, he migrated to England perhaps to wash utensils and make good money comparably to living in Ghana and go broke.
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