The “Wo beye kese” hitmaker who already is into philanthropy besides her music ministry has indicated that, she is planning to build a huge structure to shelter the poor and needy in the country.
Expressing her passion to transform lives on McBrown’s Kitchen Show, Selina noted that she has been donating to the Osu Children’s Home and other orphanages, but seeks to invest in accommodation facility for the deprived.
The sensational singer urged all Ghanaians to be optimistic in this year 2021. "I pray for everyone, expectant of one form of miracle or another from God to be optimistic. Just trust God that he will do it for you. My past was nothing to write home about. But see where God has brought me today. He can do more than that for you," she assured.
Quizzed on her experience in marriage, she observed that it is a great experience for her as her husband is understanding.
She established that it is not mandatory for gospel musicians to marry a pastor or Man of God at all cost. However, it’s important that one prays to be led by God to locate their rib-mate to fully appreciate the essence of marriage.
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