According to the actor, Ras Nene, also known as Dr. Likee, decided to focus his energy and resources on illicit mining, or “galamsey,” after the film industry collapsed seven years ago.
The Kumawood star remembered how he first invested GH70,000 and then asked a friend for a loan in an interview on The Delay Show that aired on January 15, 2023.
He claims that after investing GH70,000 in the company, he made GH40,000 on his first try, which inspired him to double his investment.
“I had sites and equipment. One of my sites was around Bole Bamboi, a town called Sapa. I had another on a Gonjaland. This was seven years ago,” said the actor who was able to build a house for his mother through acting.
“I spent GH70,000” (seven hundred million old Ghana cedi). On my first try, I made GH40,000, so I was sure it was worthwhile. After earning the GH 40,000, things declined. I was anxious to equalise. I was told to seek spiritual guidance by a man I worked with, but I disregarded him. While I wallowed in misery, he turned spiritual and was able to prosper, Ras Nene remarked in Twi.
He remembered how, after finding another location with promise, he changed his mind and decided to stay. Instead of giving up, he sought a buddy for a loan to invest instead, but his desire did not come true.
I called a friend of mine and requested a