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Everyday People: Petty trader talks about life after she quit being backup singer for Daasebre Dwamena

This week’s Everyday People features the tale of Adomaa, a tiny shopkeeper.

In an interview with GhanaWeb reporter Eugenia Diabah, Adomaa said that when she was younger, she hoped to become a musician since she enjoyed singing.

She was fortunate to have pursued her passion to the extent of being a backup vocalist for late Ghanaian Highlife musician Daasebre Dwamena, but she had to resign along the road since her grandmother did not approve of her vocation.

She had to resort to petty trade to survive after that.

She has sold fried yam and cooking oil, among other things, with soap being her most recent offering.

Life has not been easy for her, but she is glad that the work she performs provides food on the table and allows her to see her children through school.

Aside from commerce, Adomaa has discovered a new passion: acting. She has started along that route by appearing in various Ghanaian films, and she is hopeful that her newfound job will lead to a breakthrough in her life.

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