Prince Kofi Amoabeng, co-founder of defunct UT Bank has opened up about his days growing up, disclosing that colleagues did not believe he will be successful in life.

According to him, too much ‘chilling’ was at the heart of the belief that he will not make it in life but he further disclosed that the gamechanger was his entry into the military where his life got reordered.

GhanaWeb monitored submissions he made when he appeared on Citi TV’s Point Of View programme that aired on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. “When I was going to school, a lot of people didn’t think I could make it in life because the chilling was too much.”

He described life at Adisco as ‘free-living’ as compared to an ‘overly studious’ St Peters Secondary School that he moved to later.

“I took that (free-living) notion to St. Peters and they found me so weird. That, who is this guy who is not serious? To the point that some of my mates came to tell me that if I can’t do the course, they will help me, to pass.

“So they were surprised. I think those days they had not seen a student smoking and I was smoking even on campus. It was new to them,” he added. Read More

By Ian Dei

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