When the government of the current President, Akufo Addo, was unexpectedly exposed again over the start of the National Cathedral fundraising within the stronghold of the New Patriotic Party, it caused a huge uproar on all social media platforms (NPP).
After being asked to perform in front of the current President, Akufo Addo, and other senior NPP officials for the launch of the National Cathedral fundraising in Kumasi, the well-known Ghanaian gospel musician took it upon himself to reveal another heartbreaking encounter in a recent interview on TV XYZ.
“I was informed about the launch of the National Cathedral fundraising in Kumasi and later told to perform at the event. I was honored because I would be performing in the presence of the President but to my surprise, I wasn’t paid a dime for performing at the launch of the National Cathedral fundraising.”
According to the acclaimed gospel musician Jack Alolome, "I couldn't even tell my wife about what happened when I got home because of her expectations."
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