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Cows defecated on me, the rains beat me — Sherifa Gunu shares painful journey to Accra in truck transporting cows

Celebrity Cows defecated on me, the rains beat me — Sherifa Gunu shares painful journey to Accra in truck transporting cows
MAY 9, 2022 LISTEN

Talented songstress, Sherifa Gunu has revealed how she escaped from her hometown, Savelugu in the Northern Region.

According to the ‘Mbrantie’ singer, she had to manage her way to Accra in a truck transferring cows from the northern part of the industry.

Speaking on the Northern Achiever show on Motion TV, the songstress indicated that she had to take the risk because her father was not able to pay for her brother’s Senior Secondary School education at the time.

“There came a time my father was looking for GHc80 to pay my school fees and never got that amount. He tried sourcing it from his brother who was a bit financially sound but he declined to support him. I saw my father returning and looking distraught with tears filled in his eyes.

"It was from there I resolved to relocate from Savelugu because I have talent but my family is broke. I became frustrated and needed to help my father," she revealed.

The songstress said she approached her uncle who usually transported cows to the southern part of the country with a promise not to tell her father.

Her uncle however agreed and she gathered some belongings in a polythene bag which she gave to her good friend to wait for her at the station.

“I managed to sneak out of the house and boarded the truck with 20 cows. It took us two days on the trip before we finally arrived at Kumasi. The cows kicked at me, defecated, and were also beaten by the rain. It is something I will never forget," she said.

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