Popular Ghanaian female gospel musician Celestine Donkor has shared a very emotional story about her life before she shot to fame.
According to the “Agbebolo” hitmaker, she worked as a house help and other hectic jobs while growing up.
Celestine Donkor explained that providing a three-square meal for herself was a problem and all she could mostly do was cry and call on God.
The musician recounted how God has played a vital role in her life to become the popular gospel musician she is now.
“I started as a house help. When I was growing up I used to stay with people doing all kinds of works. From scrubbing to washing, mobbing and all other things without food.
You will see food but never get some to eat. I use to cry a lot. But when I got into music, God has been so good to me and so wonderful.
Recently I was invited to a program in the US and the invitee bought an economy class ticket for me but God being so wonderful to me the moment I got on board set for us to move all I heard was my name being mentioned and acknowledged and then the announcement followed that I have been upgraded to board a business class no more economy.
When I remember my life as a house help and where I am now, its a miracle”, Celestine Donkor disclosed.
Celestine Donkor is popularly known for songs like ‘Okrokrohene, Bigger and Agbebolo which features Nhyiraba Gideon of Adom TV’s Nsoroma fame.