My Own hitmaker, Samini, has disclosed that   as a child, he used to tell his school mates to watch out for him since he will be great one day. He said he has always believed in himself and worked towards becoming great.

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Speaking at an event concerning parents not supporting their wards to go into entertainment, Samini recalled how he held on to his talent,he said;

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“Anybody that went to school with me, I told them to take pictures with me because I knew where I was going. I knew I was going to be great,”

The Samini Music CEO recalled the difficulty he faced with his parents concerning taking the path of music and entertainment.

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He noted that his father wanted him to become a lawyer so it was not easy making his father understand at the time that he wanted to pursue music.

Samini applauded himself for becoming a great person as he attributed his success to hard work and perseverance.


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Freddie, is a graduate of the University of Ghana. He is a film enthusiast, screenwriter and human rights activist.