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I Might Do My National Service But I’m Still Contemplating – Tulenkey

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Ghanaian rap icon, Chief Osei Bonsu popularly known as Tulenkey, has indicated that he is still considering whether or not to undertake his National Service program after completing his tertiary education.

Speaking to Felicia Osei in a recent interview on Onua FM’s Adwuma Adwuma show, the talented Ghanaian rapper revealed that he has no started his National Service yet, as he is still deciding contemplating on whether he wants to be a part of it or not.

“Everything is fine. I haven’t started National Service yet but I will eventually. I might do it,” he stated and jokingly added that he can add the amount paid to that of his to get $1million.

When questioned about the department he would like to offer his National Service program in, the alumnus of Adisadel College revealed that he is thinking of maybe a media house since he studied sound engineering.

Explaining further on how life has been ever since he graduated from Abromedia Institute where he studied sound engineering, Tulenkey revealed how difficult it was at the time to combine music with his studies though he highlighted that he had some good grades.

Tulenkey also mentioned some of the predicaments he faced being a student at the same time a popular personality.

“Everything is fine.I wasn’t getting that ‘alone time’ as everyone had their eyes on me.” he said.

I Might Do My National Service But I’m Still Contemplating – Tulenkey

Ghanaian rap icon, Chief Osei Bonsu popularly known as Tulenkey, has indicated that he is still considering whether or not to undertake his National Service program after completing his tertiary education.

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Speaking to Felicia Osei in a recent interview on Onua FM’s Adwuma Adwuma show, the talented Ghanaian rapper revealed that he has no started his National Service yet, as he is still deciding contemplating on whether he wants to be a part of it or not.

“Everything is fine. I haven’t started National Service yet but I will eventually. I might do it,” he stated and jokingly added that he can add the amount paid to that of his to get $1million.

When questioned about the department he would like to offer his National Service program in, the alumnus of Adisadel College revealed that he is thinking of maybe a media house since he studied sound engineering.

Explaining further on how life has been ever since he graduated from Abromedia Institute where he studied sound engineering, Tulenkey revealed how difficult it was at the time to combine music with his studies though he highlighted that he had some good grades.

Tulenkey also mentioned some of the predicaments he faced being a student at the same time a popular personality.

“Everything is fine.I wasn’t getting that ‘alone time’ as everyone had their eyes on me.” he said.

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