“Allow me to enjoy life” – Says Kofi Gabs as he enjoys fried rice with full-grilled chicken


Kofi Gabs continues to let Ghanaians understand the good life he is currently enjoying in the Netherlands.

The man who nicknamed himself as Mr. Happiness has been a topic of a interest for sometime now due to his social media antics.


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It all started when he came out boldly to declare that he holds a Dutch passport which is more valuable than a PhD certificate in Ghana.

It generated lots of debates among Ghanaians as many side with his claim while others argued that it is completely out of what should be regarded as a truth or fact.

He has since been sharing some interesting moments from the Netherlands, being it some moment at work or in the kitchen preparing meals.

READ ALSO: Man claps back at Mr Happiness for saying Dutch passport is better than PhD in Ghana

In another interesting video, he could be seen having a Ghanaian Jollof meal with a full grilled chicken on it.

You already know he wouldn’t take that meal without a chilled drink right? He was actually having a bottle of wine beside him as well.

His choice of music as a background audio says it all. A music from Ghanaian Amapiano singer, Chief One tittled “Du Agbe” which translates “Allow me to chop life”

READ ALSO: Details of Mr Happiness pop up, he met his Dutch wife online and she has been his sponsor abroad

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Osix Africa is a talented Ghanaian blogger who is making several Impacts among the new crop of bloggers emerging from West Africa. His influence in the blogging scene saw him emerge as Student Blogger of the Year at the 2021 edition of the Ghana Colleges Entertainment Awards and was also adjudged Youth Blogger of the Year at the 2023 edition of the Volta Youths Awards among other nominations from several high-profile awards schemes. Born as Godsway Charles Tudi, the young blogger boasts of a rich background of education, having completed his first degree at the Emirates University of Aviation in Dubai (UAE). He also studied at the northern-based University for Development Studies (UDS) and currently having a top-up study with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He is the CEO of Osix Travel Hub, a travel agency based in Ghana and UAE.