Concerns have gone viral on how gospels musicians are handled by churches in Ghana whenever they come to perform for them.
Many people claimed Gospel musicians are poor on the note that even the churches (seen as the first patrons) don’t pay the services of the gospel musicians.
However, a music pastor and worship leader at Christ Temple of ICGC; Reverend Edwin Dadson is of opposing view to these claims. According to him, musicians are not poor and hungry.
Speaking on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z on Saturday, Rev. Edwin affirms that for the fact that they believe in heavenly blessings doesn’t confirm that Gospel artistes are poor.
However, in further explanations, he stayed that the heavenly blessings doesn’t mean that the gospel musicians execute their duties for free so if it is meant to be business, the so be it and their demands should be met after their performances.
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