Report reaching GhanaChurch.com indicates that, news anchor at Multimedia Group Limited, Adom FM 106.3 MHz’s Nana Agyei Oberempong CP, who double as a Prophet of God, shared a video on Facebook, which was tagged;
“THE WICKEDNESS IN GHANAIAN CHRISTIANS EXPOSED! WATCH AND YOU WILL BE SHOCKED!”
Hence, Oberempong CP expressed how disappointed he was, with the charismatic churches in Ghana.
And have refused to sing Ghanaian gospel in their churches, instead they sing foreign gospel songs.
He said it is very bad because churches like ICGC and Action Chapel are examples of such churches who are refusing to market made in Ghana products.
Therefore, Queen Let, a Ghanaian gospel musician , who host a popular live Programs on Facebook called “Safety First” has come out to reply Oberempong CP.
Even more, Ghanaian-German Gospel Vocalist, a songwriter, a composer and a German nurse, Queen Leticia of Leticia Kyerewaa Dampare and also known as Leticia Hars , in showbiz as Queen Let blasts Oberempong CP.
Most noteworthy, religion cannot be influenced by anybody and to sing Twi or English songs in ones church is a thing of a choice.
So, in Queen Let’s Video, she asked Oberempong CP of Adom FM if he will choose one of Apostle Kojo Sarfo’s car if someone wants to buy a car as a gift for him?
And he also asked Oberempong why Joy FM speaks English and Adom FM speaks Twi ?
Further more, Queen Let then made him to understand that, church is a Business and the church leaders provide what their members want.
Also, one cannot force any church to make a choice of a particular language for Service.
Above all, Queen Let emphatically told the gospel musicians who sing in Ghanaian language to brand their songs better in other to attract churches Who are refusing to sing their songs.
Finally, he therefore advised gospel musicians in Ghana to live an exemplary lives as people who fears God, so that their followers will believe in their songs and magnify God.
Watch Videos Below:
Artiste QueenLet of Letcia QueenLet Video Below:
Oberempong CP of Adom FM Video Below:
Source: GhanaChurch.com – Churches in Ghana News Portal