Eii!! Sinach Says She Doesn’t Know Any Ghanaian Song, Fails To Mention Any Ghanaian Artiste She Knows – Watch Video

Ceccy Twum & Sinach

Renowned Nigerian gospel star Osinachi Joseph popularly known by the mononym Sinach is in Ghana for the second edition of Women in Worship concert slated for September 20 at the Perez Dome in Accra.

The organisers prior to the event had a press conference for Sinach and other supporting artistes on Monday, September 17 for them to tell their fans their expectations for Thursday night. During the event held at theMövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra, something surprising happened when the MC asked the “Way Maker” hitmaker to sing any Ghanaian song she has heard or knows.

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Sinach at the event said she does not know any Ghanaian song hence cannot sing it. She quickly added that she is very ready to learn a Ghanaian song since it is not too late for her to also sing songs from Ghana.

Aside from not being able to sing a Ghanaian song, Sinach could not also mention any artiste from Ghana she knows. This came up when a request was made for her to collaborate with some artists from Ghana which she replied it is definitely possible.

When asked which artist in Ghana she mostly listens to and which of them she would love to work with on a track, she failed to mention any. She explained that “I don’t have names and that does not mean I don’t know names.”

The discussion of Ghanaians responding to anything Nigeria with Nigerians not giving a hoot about Ghanaian musicians has been ongoing for some time now and this affirms that most Ghanaian musicians are not working hard for their songs and brand to be known out there in Nigeria.

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Women in Worship aside Sinach has Ohemaa Mercy, Ceccy Twum, Tagoe Sisters, Amy Newman, and many other minstrels as performers on the night.

Watch Video of Sinach and other ministers of the gospel from Ghana speaking at the press conference ahead of the Thursday event