Perpetual Didier is a Ghanaian gospel musician who is known for songs like Suspect with Obaapa Christy and endane Ogya. According to the musician in an interview with Koo TV revealed that she is related to the Ivorian and former Chelsea legend Didier Drogba.
She revealed in an interview that he is from the tribe of the Chelsea legend Didier Drogba but her mother is from Bekwai although she is bearing the name Didier. According to the “Suspect” composer, her musicial career started when she was just 5 years leading the chorus with elders I'm her church.
Explaining how she met the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel Rev Obofour, Perpetual revealed that after her song titled “Won Kunimdie” become popular she had an invitation from the popular man of God to perform at his church show in Kumasi.
Perpetual added that the controversial man of God treated her good, gave her good accommodation, paid her together with others who were also billed to perform well.
Narrating how she was ordained as a pastor by Rev Obofour, the musician revealed that she graduated from a Bible school in the year 2015 and during the Covid-19 periods, she was of good help to the man of God who saw something good about her and therefore ordained her as a pastor under the Anointed Palace Chapel.
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