Ghana: Selling Of Bread And Groundnut Paste Was A Vision I Got From God – Brother Sammy

Controversial gospel musician, Brother Sammy, has revealed on the mid-morning show on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that God revealed to him through a vision to sell bread and groundnut paste in his most difficult days.

Brother Sammy told host Sokoohemaa Kukua that he was struggling to even sell his bread during his difficult days in Brekum.

According to him, he slept in a football park for seven years and a church building for four years.

He said when he told Ghanaians he was the one who introduced the sale of bread and groundnut paste, he did not lie.

He obeyed the directive, and his sales shot massively until some other bread sellers took advantage of his approach, and it became a national phenomenon.

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“I was selling the bread on a commission basis, but business was slow. So one day, I cried and provoked God and asked him to speak into my business. In my sleep, I heard his voice telling me to add groundnut paste to the bread. I did as he directed. I became a popular bread seller in Kumasi until other bread sellers adapted to my approach,” he narrated.

The musician said after the approach was popularised in Brekum, he left and came to Kumasi.


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