Many gospel musicians are not happy about the fact that American gospel singer Don Mean will be headlining the Ghana @ 60 gospel concert expected to happen in weeks time.
Cwesi Oteng has asked his fellow gospel musicians not to charge less than $25,000 (Gh110,125) for Ghana @ 60 concert.
Aside Mary Agyemang who spoke strongly against the plan in an interview with Zionfelix.net, ‘God Dey Bless Me’ singer Cwesi Oteng has also talked about the move.
The gospel artiste in a tweet has asked his fellow gospel musicians not to charge less than $25,000 for Ghana @ 60 gospel concert.
To him, $25,000 is not too much that organisers of the event would have to give an excuse.
He tweeted that “No Ghanaian gospel artiste, should charge less than $25,000 to climb the Don Moen Stage. $25,000 is not too high an amount for blacks.”