Fast-rising Ghanaian musician Kweku Flick has said he does not want to go to any Ghanaian university as his dream is to school at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
The Kumerican singer disclosed this in a recent interview with Ike on Kumasi-based Angel Drive Time show.
According to the “Money” hit maker, it is his childhood dream to go to Cambridge University and does not fancy and Ghanaian tertiary institution.
“It has always been my dream to further my education in Cambridge University since I was a child but I have no interest in schooling in any Ghanaian University,” he said.
He continued that his wish of graduating from Cambridge University doesn’t mean he doesn’t value Ghanaian institution but because he wants to fulfill his dreams in life.
“I focused on music after Senior High School because I’m still working to achieve my dream of becoming a Cambridge University student.
“I will not attend any University especially in Ghana apart from Cambridge University.
“Ike, it is not because I have no respect or value for Universities in Ghana but I want my dream to come to pass”
“I will quit music when I get admission to Cambridge University but if I don’t get admission to Cambridge University then I will do the music forever,” he said.
Kweku Flick is regarded as one of the most talented young musician in Ghana now. He was propelled following the success of his single “Money”.