Ghanaian musician, Ofori Amposah has been spotted recording a gospel tune years after he couldn’t hold up his call as a servant of God.
Ofori Amponsah who announced his call into the ‘Kingdom Business’ as a pastor returned to do secular music a few years after he accepted to do the work of God.
It would be recalled that Ofori Amponsah earned a new nickname ‘Pastor Alewa’ after hitting the studio to record a secular song titled ‘Alewa’ with prolific Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, aka Sarkodie.
He subsequently released other secular songs like ‘Tintin’, ‘17’ and others—which made people question whether he was not able to withstand and do the work of God as he announced to the public some time ago.
Fast-forward to the year 2020, Zionfelix.net has chanced upon a video on Kwasiaboagyelive.com of which he was instructing a sound engineer on a gospel song that they were working on.
The report sighted by this portal claimed the song is a feature of him and a Sunyani-based musician known as Kueba.
Much is not known about when this song will be released—but Zionfelix.net will have updates once they unfold.