Growing up in most Ghanaian communities, youngsters were advised by their parents and grandparents to take their books with all seriousness for classroom education is the key to success, financially.

But the reality after classroom education or otherwise school is entirely different as graduates have to put aside all the classless HND’s and degrees’ and hustle like school dropouts for daily bread!


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As a result, most visionary youngsters off late don’t take delight in acquiring school credentials for obvious reasons but love to hustle hard and make it big because, after school, a man still has to hustle.

This scenario best fits the lifestyle a young Ghanaian barber called Celebrity Barber who’s well-known for being the brain behind the haircuts of most Ghanaian celebrities..Namely, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Footballer Kwadwo Asamoah, KiDi, Guru, Article Wan, Ahoufe Patri, et al.

The Ghanaian barber of the moment has taken barbering to the next level taking into consideration the amount of money he makes daily and it’s not surprising that most youngsters are yearning to become barbers.


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According to Celebrity Barber in a post on social media, he makes millions daily although he has no WASSCE, HND or Degree certification to his credit.

“No WASSCE, DEGREE or HND but making millions ????? daily ? A BIG THANKS to the almighty God for giving me this unique barbering skills ✂”‘, he posted on Instagram recently.

Although we can’t establish the truth or whatsoever of his financial claims but per checks made by ghbase.com, Celebrity Barber charges not less than GH¢200 per haircut. So, if he gets like 10 people daily, make the calculations and connect the dots afterwards.

Check out his post below and some of his handy works:



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