Radford Business Dialogue engaged a barber who has been doing barbering since 1991 when he was a student of Bolgatanga secondary school Called ’24hrs’ by many but privately known as Fuseini Limann who is nearing 40 yrs old. Credited with bringing Asante kotoko to Tumu during the FA cup tie with the porcupine warriors last year.
That has brought his second division football club closer to Asante kotoko. “He remembers with fond memories when the entire kotoko executives and the team sat in his saloon where he mobilises resources for his team and family and will never forget that day”.
His dream is to see one of his players play in a big league one day. He told RadfordFM Masie Breakfast Show today that he taught himself how to barber and barbering gives him close to One Hundred and Fifty Ghana cedis daily.
The increase in the number of barbering saloons doesn’t disturb him as the township is growing. He has advised everyone in business to be serious with the work that they do. He has three apprentice working under him after having trained over a dozen. He blames increased electricity tariff to why they charge Five CEDI’s per a haircut. “Barbering gave me a job for which I would not disturb government for one” he stated.