I knew I wouldn’t pass, so I skipped getting my BECE results- Obaapa Christy

Ghanaian gospel musician Obaapa Christy has revealed that she did not go for Basic Education Certificate Examination results because she knew she had failed.

The musician revealed that she had already decided that she was not fit for higher education after failing to further her education after finishing her BECE.

She stated on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm’s mid-morning show that she was not a brilliant student and that she knew she would not pass with flying colours from the start.

”However, I have come to discover that education is important. You need a positive mindset to succeed. If I had that positive mindset, I think I would have made it. But it is not too late. I will be going back to school. It is not too late to go back to school.”

She told Sokoohemaa Kukua that, despite her lack of higher education, God has used her to touch lives, transfer homes, and bring joy to many others through her powerful songs.

“If God had blessed people because of their higher education, I would not be where I am today. God gave me something, and that is what I have done all these years.”

Obaapa Christy, who is celebrating 20 years in the industry, expressed gratitude to God for bringing her this far.

The musician also revealed Mathematics and drawing were her best subjects.

She added ”Mathematics was my berst subject because God knew I would be wealthy and be counting money, she said amidst laughter.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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