According to the Ghanaian Singer and a Prophet, Ofori Amponsah says it is about time many people in the country should start taking some of the things he says in his song into consideration. Speaking on one of the popular radio stations in the country, he says he saw the pandemic Coronavirus hitting the whole world but people did not take it to be serious because he believes Ghanaians see him to be fake.
Explaining further he says, most of the words in his songs are mostly the things God shown him to tell the world but he did not have any platform to say it than to say it in his songs. What he is saying could be true because it was seen in one of his song as a prophecy about what was going to happen about the year 2020. This could be the time, most Ghanaians should pay attention to his songs because it seems most of his words has begun to show up.
Though he was seen in some years ago as a man of God but most people see him as going back to his normal songs after releasing a song with the Ghanaian sensational rapper, Sarkodie. The song came in causing a lot of reactions from the social media users because most seen it unusual as a man of God singing a circular music. Well it is not wrong for a man of God to sing a circular music but most people see it as unusual happening in our Ghanaian society.
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