Patoranking, a Nigerian singer, revealed in a recent Hitz FM interview that the first time he visited Ghana, he wanted to attend to school but his family couldn’t afford the international student tuition, which was in dollars.
Patoranking, 17, was overjoyed after being admitted to Ghana’s University of Cape Coast (UCC), but he had no idea he would not continue his schooling.
Patoranking explained that when he told his father about his acceptance, he was disappointed because his younger siblings were going to start secondary school. The financial strain would be too much for his father, unless his siblings paused their studies to help Patoranking.
The ‘Alubarika’ singer remarked that he had no choice but to become a man right away. He claimed he persuaded himself that the one thing he knew how to do that would transform his family’s look was music.
Patoranking, a Nigerian superstar, has progressed from being a struggling musician in Ghana to becoming a notable singer on the African continent, with his name inscribed as a magnificent performance in various countries throughout the world.