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I WAS ONCE A PICKPOCKET – Nhyiraba Kojo Recounts Struggles

Before making a breakthrough, Nhyiraba Kojo described some of the toughest duties he had to perform while growing up.

He admitted in an interview with blogger Sammy Kay that he used to pickpocket, carry trash, and sleep at a friend’s place at Kaneshie in exchange for money.

“I remember Castro and me sleeping on the streets of Kaneshie, we became Kayayes, became bus conductors, carried people’s rubbish from their homes, and even became pickpockets. These are things I have said before. If God has blessed me, I need to let others see it,” he said.

He said that, having overcome adversity and achieved success in life, he had no intention of hiding his blessings.

Nhyiraba claims that by telling his tale, those who work in similar positions to his can be inspired to know that things can improve so they won’t give up.

“In Africa, our mentality is that it’s a show-off. No, it’s not a show-off. I am doing this so the person on the street, the person who is a Kayaye, the person carrying rubbish from people’s homes, could also say, okay, he is also like me, and so tomorrow I will also be there.

“Supposed we don’t motivate ourselves for others, what happens? God didn’t create the world so small, and you expect me to do things in little bits or to make others see it, it’s not important. No, we need to do it for others to be motivated,” Nhyiraba Kojo added.

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