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I wasn’t called to preach, I was called to sing – Ofori Amponsah

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Celebrated Ghanaian highlife musician, Ofori Amponsah has expressed dissatisfaction at a section of the public who have developed the habit of condemning some celebrities to death.

According to the ‘Alewa’ hitmaker, Ghanaians desist from hypocritical condemnation and appreciate and celebrate their own personalities while they are alive.

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The musician who made U-turn from the pulpit not long ago back to secular music says it was not his calling to be a preacher but to entertain the public with love songs.

He[Ofori Amponsah] who has come under several attacks for living a dual life said he is no longer bothered by what people say about him.

Speaking in an interview, Ofori Ampnsah stressed that Ghanaians should forget about his pastoral ministry since his ministry is to preach love to the world.

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“My ministry is to sing, my ministry is to tell people love, to tell people that life is short. We need to do what we’ve got to do, he said. It’s not about preaching. Love thy neighbour as yourself. We should love. I don’t have to die before people celebrate me,” he lamented.

“That is my ministry, my ministry is to talk about love. Celebrate me when I am alive,” the musician expressed frustration. Read more here.

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