DSP Kofi Sarpong Says All Policemen Would Go To Heaven Because Their Profession Is A Divine Calling

DSP Kofi Sarpong
DSP Kofi Sarpong

Ghanaian Gospel musician cum Police Officer, DSP Kofi Sarpong, says the police are like pastors—and anyone who hasn’t received the calling from God cannot join the police service.

He also revealed that his work in the police administration has had a positive influence on his music career.

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I Won’t Allow My Song To Be Used For Partisan Purposes – DSP Kofi Sarpong

DSP Kofi Sarpong
DSP Kofi Sarpong

Renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, Police Superintendent Kofi Sarpong has denied rumors that he is selling his song ‘I Believe’, which is the title track of his upcoming album, to the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) as their official campaign song ahead of the 2016 general elections.

In every rumor, they say, there is an iota of truth…

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Photos: Ghana Gospel Industry Awards Nominations/Cocktail Night

The nomination night for the second Ghana Gospel Industry Awards (GGIA) took place last night in Accra. In attendance were veteran and new gospel musicians as well as members of the awards’ various committees. DSP Kofi Sarpong, Bessa Simons, Carlos Sakyi, Mark Okraku Mantey, Rev Thomas Yawson, Rev Mary Ghansah, Prince Tsegah, Selina Boateng, Lady … Read more

Photos: Surprise Birthday Party For Peace FM Entertainment Review Host Kwasi Aboagye

Akwesi Aboagye cutting his birthday cake

On March 12, Peace FM Entertainment Review host Kwasi Aboagye celebrated his 40th birthday.
Yesterday, he was given a surprise party live on his show. The surprise party was planned by his producer Eugene Osafo-Nkansah and some top officials of the company.
In a middle of an interview with Mark Okraku Mantey, the surprise guests invaded the studio with a song, drinks and a birthday cake. The interview ended abruptly.
Kwasi was then forced out of the studio and affairs were taken over by Mickey Darling.
As surprised as he was, he cried to show his appreciation to the ‘unwelcome’ guest in his studio who had interrupted his show. A great number of the guest offered their support and advised him that life begins at 40. There were also solidarity messages.

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