If only the others would concord to this message that gospel musician Anita Afriyie is saying, then the world would be a little bit better.
Many of our gospel musicians hide behind the facade that they are doing the creator’s job when it actually senses, they are into the industry because of the money it comes with.
Anita says that money is needed in the gospel ministry and people should treat it as such rather than making it seem it is a calling from God of a sort.
She cites examples with veterans like Cindy Thompson, Mc Abraham, Esther Smith who were all for ‘God and the calling’ rather than seeing it as a career. She believes that is the reason why many die and monies have to be raised for their burial.
“It is sometimes painful to hear people trying beg for money to bury a Gospel musician. It’s very disgraceful. This is all happening because of the old musicians. I blame those who started doing Gospel Music”, angry Anita Afriyie chided.
“They had hypocritical spirits by taking music as God’s work. They always call it God’s work”, she noted
Therefore if the pioneers had realized that money was good, we would not have been begging for money to organize their funerals as it has been seen in some cases. Money is needed in the ministry, period.”