Ofori Amponsah Not Happy With Bola Ray Over Memory Verse Quotation

Highlife artiste turned Pastor, Ofori Amponsah has stated that the memory verse question asked by Bola Ray was irrelevant and unnecessary.

In an exclusive interview with Roman Fada on Saturday to react on the question about his favourite Bible verse in the bible, he disclosed that quoting memory verse in the bible is for kids.

When grow through the spirit of God, quoting memory verse is not necessary but speaking the word of God is the best you can give to people to change their lives.

The multiple award-winning highlife artiste who quit music to become a full-time Pastor at the Holy Grounds Sanctuary surprised many by staging a comeback into the music industry. He recently announced his return with a Highlife song ‘Alewa’ featuring rapper Sarkodie.

Explaining his choice of Sarkodie for Alewa, Ofori Amponsah said Sarkodie was the best rapper to handle the verse. However, he has plans to feature heavy hitters such as Samini, Flava, Kofi Bee, Kofi Nti and MzVee on his yet-to-be-released album

In recent times, the award-winning artiste has endured a lot of insults for his sudden return to his ‘roots’ of secular music but he now seems to have braced himself for the worst and says he is unmoved by the criticisms and rejection by his fellow musicians and fans.

“I have realised I cannot please every living being in Ghana. I am, therefore, prepared for the insults and even rejection from people because of the decision I took. Only God understands me and I don’t really care whatever anyone says anymore,” Ofori Amponsah told Atinka FM in an interview on Saturday.

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