Stop Buying Expensive Cars And Invest In Gospel Music — Dada Hafco Tells Ghanaian Pastors

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Dada Hafco

The fate of Ghanaian gospel music industry is at a point of collapsing due to ‘immoralities and ungodly act’ by most of the gospel artistes.
As a result, some of the gospel singers have planned to even shift from doing gospel to doing secular music and also ‘forcing’ some pastors to use secular music instead of gospel music in their churches.

However, High-life musician and panellist of Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda, Dada Hafco says some of the Ghanaian pastors can help rebuild the dying gospel industry when they stop wasting their money on flashy cars worth billions of Cedis.

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Dad Hafco advised pastors to invest in the gospel music industry by helping young talented members in their various churches because he believes doing this will give them blessings rather than competing themselves on expensive cars.
“If most of these pastors could invest in gospel music, they could easily propagate the word of God through music,” he said.
 



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Nana Asempa Johnson
I am Nana Asempa Johnson. A-listed controversial blogger at Ghana's leading entertainment site GhanaCelebrities.Com, from Accra. I am a reggae music lover. Contact me @ [email protected]

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