Bisa Kdei Finally Reveals How Long It Took Him To Build His Beautiful Mansion(+Video)

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Ghanaian sensational highlife artiste Bisa Kdei has disclosed how long it took him to put up his beautiful mansion he displayed few months ago.

It would be recalled that earlier this year, Bisa Kdei got many people talking after he dropped a video of his mansion to shade the people who have been tagging him as a poor artiste.

The video received a lot of reactions from the public who wondered how long it took him to build such a beautiful building.

Speaking in a recent interview with Zionfelixon the ‘Uncut’ show, Bisa Kdei disclosed that it took him exactly three years to complete his mansion.

According to Bisa Kdei, he would have used a shorter period of time to complete it had it not been the several projects he was working on.

Bisa Kdei further disclosed that he is currently putting up a new mansion explaining that while some people believe they are not working, behind the scenes a lot of things are going on in their lives.

Meanwhile Bisa Kdei’s concert dubbed “Bisafest” is expected to take place at the Pearly Gate Gardens (East Legon- Accra), come December 20, 2019.

The “Mansa” hit maker Bisa is expected to share the stage with highlife legends Amakye Dede, Ofori Amponsah, Obrafour, Manifest, Akwaboah, Sister Afia, Fameye, Sefa, Ayesem amongst others

Check out the short interview below;

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