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I never set up a church; it was a fellowship-Ofori Amponsah

Written by  Mar 21, 2018
Ofori Amponsah has dispelled suggestions of him setting up a church. The highlife singer told Sokoohemaa Kukua on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, the Family of Faith and Love Ministries was a fellowship and not a church. The ‘Alewa’ hitmaker said he was betrayed and frustrated by people he thought were his friends and because of that, he needed a fellowship comprising of people that were prayerful to join him in praying on regular basis hence his decision to set up the fellowship. Ofori Amponsah said, he was not a pastor who managed a church as published in the past but only managed a fellowship. Ofori Amponsah, got onto the music scene in 1999, produced 12 albums. He has songs such as ‘Otoolege,’ ‘Lady’ ‘Asew,’ ‘Cinderella,’ among others. In 2012, he announced that he had been called by God into His vineyard as an evangelist and prophet, and vowed not to do secular music again. He composed a few gospel songs which did not receive enough attention. However, the music who has released his latest secular song said he was neither a pastor, nor a prophet but as Christians, we all have a calling and that calling is not necessarily to be a pastor or a prophet. He also disputed claims that he was depressed although he admitted of suffering same in the past. On the suggestions that he decided to do secular music again because of money, he said, ‘’I am not doing this because of money. I am worth more than a million so I am not back to do secular music because I want money.’’ Ofori Amponsah is currently out with a song titled ‘Pioto,’ produced by Underbeatz.
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