Cecilia Marfor finally speaks up after she publicly disgraced famous Ghanaian gospel musician and songwriter Joyce Blessing in an ongoing annual thanks girl programme organized by Unity Groups Of Companies in Kumasi. The musician and prophetess has come out to make first statement after the incident and it seems like she isn't remorseful at all.
Cecilia Marfo who didn't seem to show any atom of remorse for grabbing Microphone from Joyce Blessing while she was ministering on stage and giving her a strong prophecy from God, that she should go back to bee husband Dave Joy.
During the interview she made it clear that after the whole event that took place, she has been receiving favor and money from a lot of people. She disclosed it in a interview she had with Accra FM's Nana Romeo.
Cecilia said she have been receiving cash and cheques from men who have no seeing her preaching the word of God ok the streets. Now, according to her, people see her as a brave woman for carrying out that action.
Watch Video Of Her Interview Below;
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