I Will Make Sure He Apologizes To All Gospel Musicians – Kwesi Ernest Reacts To Ofori Amponsah’s Comment

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Music producer, Kwesi Ernest has reacted to Ofori Amponsah’s jab at Gospel musicians.

The Highlife musician stated in a recent interview that Ghanaian Gospel musicians sing foolish songs.

Reacting to it in an interview with Christian Agyei Frimpong, the Media Excel boss asked Ofori Amponsah to apologize.

 “I sat on radio and expressed disappointment for the kind music Ofori churned out as gospel song. The quality was very bad compared to his circular songs. He did most of his life production in Germany. Songs like Otoolege, Odo Tese Aduro, why didn’t you do the same for his gospel song?”

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Mr Ernest, who is also the Chairman of Table of Men, a Christian organization that seeks the interest of the Ghana gospel industry, added that Ofori Amponsah has also sung and produced trashed after releasing ‘Onyame Homhom’ some years ago.

“If you call Onyame Homhom as a gospel song and you went for interviews, then he also sings trash and produces trash.”

 “I, as the chairman of Table of Men, together with my team, will make sure Ofori Amponsah apologies to all gospel musicians,” he stressed.

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