I’ve Never Had An Ambassadorial Deal Since I Started Music – Gospel Musician Piesie Esther

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

After so many years in the Ghanaian gospel music scene, Piesie Esther is yet to bag an ambassadorial deal.

Speaking in an interview with Mike Two on Adom FM which was monitored by zionfelix.net, the popular gospel musician said she has never had the opportunity to sign an ambassadorial deal since she ventured into the music business.

When she was asked whether they [gospel musicians] are not putting proper measures in place to attract such deals, the ‘Zeba Beko’ composer stated that’s not the case.

“It is not that we are not working hard or not doing something right to attract such deals. We are doing all that we have to do but I don’t know why it is happening like that,” she retorted.

Just like Lady Prempeh, Piesie Esther described the situation as worrying and heartbreaking.

“It is worrying and heartbreaking, as you are saying I would wish to help promote some products of Kasapreko which are non-alcoholic because I am selling some of these products already,” she added.

Piesie Esther concluded that she has a lot of followers which qualifies her to be an ambassador for any brand that operates within the confine of what she preaches.

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