The Adontenhene of Kwahu Mpraeso and Chief Executive Officer of Azmera Restaurant, Krobea Asante I has advised ladies who aspire to succeed in their endeavours to stop their expensive lifestyle.
She has asked them to quit the ‘slay queen’ lifestyle and focus on their desires in order to attain their objectives.
According to her, lavish lifestyle does not help them achieve their goals; instead, it drains their lives.
Krobea Asante I made these remarks during an exclusive interview on Joy Prime’s Morning Show with host, Asieduwaa Akumia in Accra, Ghana
“I will let them know that long hair, artificially long nails, and most of those things should start packing them aside. If you want to gain and be successful in whatever you’re doing, put life aside,” she advised.https://www.youtube.com/embed/FVozLCWw0fU
The Adontenhene also pointed out that the manifestation of one’s dreams is dependent on the individual, as they own their visions and are capable of carrying them out effectively.
She encouraged them to be bold and to challenge themselves so as to achieve their aspirations in life.
Due to her resilience and hard work, she is the first female to have been crowned the Adontenhene of Kwahu Mpraeso in the Eastern region, even though it is traditionally held by men.
Doubling as the CEO of a food vendor, she revealed that she is basically involved in every activity within the company regardless of her status.
“Let me use myself as an example. I go to the market myself. You’ll meet me at Agbogbloshie Market at 3am. From Agbogbloshie, I’ll have to be at Adabraka Market by 7 am, and from there, I’ll have to be at the restaurant by 9:30 am, trying to check around to ensure everything is in place while cooking… ,” she narrated.
All these are due to the fact that she is the visionary of the company and hence cannot leave it for her employees to manage.
Therefore, for ladies who look up to her, she urged them to limit their luxurious lifestyle and focus.
Makeup, she said, “You can do it when necessary.”
Being the founder of Azmera Restaurant, she stated that the success of the business is a result of the hard work she has put into it over the years.
The Adontenhene notified women to be mindful that no one can do it for them except themselves.