Sulley is among the many Ghanaian celebrities who have other businesses apart from his career in sports.
One will ask why the hustle to have own businesses when they are already celebrated globally for their achievements?
Who wouldn’t want some extra money and a way to give all of their interests and skills a place to grow?
Here are 9 Ghanaian celebrities who are also finding ways to earn some cash besides red-carpet glamour.
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The award-winning TV host owns a locally manufactured food processing company that produces Delay tomato paste, Delay Mackerel, and Delay Sardine.
Wife of Ghanaian professional footballer, Menaye Donkor has developed and founded the luxury Italian brand SHE-Y. The brand launched its first all-natural products early in 2016 using ethically-sourced Shea butter from Ghana.
The 33-year-old actor has a livestock farm. John also has a clothing line and a cosmetic shop in Gambia.
The mother of two owns a restaurant in Greater Accra Region, Ghana. A one-stop eating place for many local and international stars.
Hiplife Grandpapa, Reggie Rockstone owns a high-class night club called Grand Papazz. A chic place for folks to unwind after work with good cocktails and an exciting food menu.
CEO of Sonnie Badu Ministries, Badu Badu, and the Worship Radio, Sonnie Badu has a day-care centre in London to cater for toddlers and children. The Disney Day Care caters for children aged five years and below. The International Gospel Sensation also doubles as a football agent, an Aircraft and Jet Consultant.
Rapper, D Black
Desmond Kwesi Blackmore popularly called DBlack is the CEO of Club Onyx located in Cantonments, Accra.
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