‘You can’t buy bread with Holy Spirit’ – Boadu-Ansong to gospel musicians

Entertainment pundit Kwame Boadu-Ansong wants gospel musicians to charge organisers of programmes when they are invited to perform.

He said by paying for the services of gospel musicians, they can also do well in life like other secular artistes who have been able to make it in the country.

Boadu-Ansong said this on Power Entertainment on Power 97.9FM Saturday to Sam Oladotun, a gospel artiste with Lynx Entertainment.

Sam Oladotun is a gospel musician.

Oladotun had finished singing one of his songs on air when another panelist, Okoto, said the song is spirit-filled and so  whenever he is invited to perform at programmes he has to charge.

“You look so spiritual but when it comes to business, you have to put the spirit somewhere and think about your well-being,”Okoto urged.

Kwame Boadu-Ansong, who hosts ‘Tourism Eduction’ on the show added, “Holy spirit does not buy bread so you need to be smart and charge for shows so you can take care of your self.”

Oladotun is the only musician signed under the Lynx Entertainment label and he is looking forward to featuring hiplife stars Kuame Eugene and Kidi on gospel songs.


By Henryson Okrah||Ghana

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