We have many popular Gospel musicians in our entertainment space even though the musicians that are into circular music gain general attention in our media space compare to the gospel musicians. Some of the popular gospel artist we have in the country are Joe Mettle, Diana Hamilton, Christiana Love, Celestine Donkor, Florence Obinim, Gifty Osei, Kwaku Gyasi, Kofi, Erico, Great Ampong, Cee, Cewsi Oteng, Nii Okai among others.
Ghanaian teacher and celebrity, Teacher Kwadwo has been taken out of WhatsApp platform created for all teachers. Teacher Kwadwo who is popular due to his funny videos on social media has confirmed that, a platform created for all teachers in his district to feed them information has rebel against him after he encourage teachers not to allowed any district director to intimidate them.
The family of Gospel musician Kwaku Gyasi have reported to Nana Captain Smart this morning about the death of the woman who gave birth to the Beautiful Music icon. The Radio icon who made the announcement on Angel TV this morning was in deep pain and regret. What pained him more was that the woman have died at a time her son have gained recognition in the Gospel Industry. Kwaku Gyasi's mother is no more and it's a sad day for him and his family. Sadly, she Left at a time that her son is rising. Death they
Joyce Blessing is a Ghanaian singer who has blessed the gospel music industry with a lot of good and inspiring music. Nana Agradaa who is currently called Evangelist Mama Pat is set to organise a thanksgiving service for her new church. The program was set to be graced with a lot of top people in the gospel industry like Joyce Blessing, Kwaku Gyasi, Nhyira Betty, Brother Sammy, Cecilia Marfo, and other stars.
Popular gospel music star from the Church of Pentecost Kwaku Gyasi has been sacked. According to his producer Mr John Mensa Sarpong of JMS record, he personally sacked him over cheating and greediness. Confirming the whole thing on Onua TV's entertainment show, he explained that, he negotiated with Kwaku Gyasi to give him just 30% of production proceeds.
Kwaku Gyasi, a Ghanaian gospel musician whose songs have really been the favorites of many gospel lovers or listeners was born to Angelina Appiah and Kwame Kyei both traders from Elmina. The gospel singer and minister had his education commenced at APs and then attended the Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI) where he graduated in the year 1996. He is notable for songs like "Once I was a sinner", "Nye mahoden", "Sore ne Asaase ye fo", Gye Wayeyi", "Adom bi", "Jesus ye me botantim", "Osoro Ahengua", "N'anim", "Waseda
Head of Public Relations for the One District One Factory Secretariat, Kwaku Gyasi, has charged Ghanaians to cast a ballot greatly for the New Patriotic Party government to proceed with the approach to diminish the joblessness rate made by the past National Democratic Congress government. In a meeting with the media at a convention to peak crusading exercises, Kwaku Gyasi urged Ghanaians to dismiss the John Dramani Mahama-drove NDC in the forthcoming Monday races. As indicated by him, President Nana Addo
Ghanaian award-winning gospel singer Kwaku Gyasi has disclosed that doing odd jobs in the Western world is nothing to be ashamed of. Kwaku Gyasi in a recent interview on Central Dryve on GBC Central Radio hosted by Amansan Krakye disclosed that doing those odd jobs is better than stealing or even staying idle and waiting to be fed by someone. “There is nothing wrong with doing those odd jobs in the Western world. It's much better than stealing or staying idle or even depending on being fed by another pers