MOG Music Set To Celebrate Ace Gospel Musician, Edward Akwesi Boateng After Video Of Him Selling Pendrives And CDs Went Viral

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Award-winning gospel music, MOG Music has announced plans to celebrate veteran gospel musician Edward Akwesi Boateng on March 24, 2024, in Kumasi.

The decision comes in the wake of a viral video capturing the talented ace musician selling pendrives and CDs at a bus station in Kumasi.

READ ALSO: Netizen Starts Appeal To Raise Funds For Gospel Musician Edward Akwesi Boateng After He Was Spotted Selling CDs And Pendrives At The Market

The video, which circulated rapidly on social media, had Edward Akwesi Boateng seated on a bench, earnestly appealing to passersby to purchase his music.

Despite his iconic status in the gospel music scene, Edward Akwesi Boateng’s presence at the bus station highlighted the stark reality of his financial struggles he was currently going through.

Amid the reactions to the video, MOG Music, took to his social media platforms to express profound admiration for the “Makoma So Ade” hitmaker’s contributions to gospel music and ministry over the years.

He emphasized also that it was unacceptable for a man of Akwesi Boateng’s caliber to endure financial hardship, particularly considering the profound impact of his songs on countless lives.

It will be recalled that Edward Akwesi Boateng had previously disclosed the tumultuous nature of his marriage, citing financial strain as a significant factor. Despite once owning a fleet of vehicles, Boateng found himself compelled to sell them off to alleviate his financial burdens.

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