Video: Osebo the Zara Man opens up on his struggles in life.

Social media fashionista, Richard Brown who is popularly known as Osebothezaraman has shared his experience growing up as the eldest son of a police officer and six siblings.

In an interview with Accra-based Onua FM, the fashionista revealed that he had to quit school at some point to work various jobs in order to support his parents. He revealed that he worked as a truck driver.

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“I am the eldest of six children, and this was not easy at all. I had to quit school early to support my family. I became a truck driver in 1991 to make this possible,” he shared.

Commenting on his childhood, Osebo stated that they had to travel around often due to his father’s profession as a police officer. His last transfer was to Suhum.

“My father, a policeman, hails from Akomadan, and my mother is from Nkenkensu. We have been moving around due to my father’s profession as a police officer. His last transfer was to Suhum.

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Furthermore, Osebo explained that his nickname ‘Osebo’ was given to him by Apostle Kwadwo Safo, also known as Kantanka.

“Apostle Kwadwo Safo gave me my name, Osebo. You know a lion is not meek, generally, I am not a weakling or a soft person, which is why I was given the name Osebo”, he revealed.

The name, he shared, signifies strength and resilience, qualities that he embodies. Osebothezaraman has become a household name due to his daring and unique fashion sense.

Watch the Full Interview Below:

Osebo the Zara Man opens up on his struggles in life