After the reconciliation which happened at this year’s International Youth Empowerment Summit (iYES) conference held at the National Theatre, gospel musicians, Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy have agreed to do a ministering together on a song soon, Zionfelix.net can report.
Kofi Nkosuo, Bro. Sammy’s manager speaking to Dave Hamma on Hello FM in Kumasi following the reunion indicated that Ghanaians should expect something massive from the two gospel artists. He said the duet is to prove a point to individuals who find it hard to believe that they have united.
Kofi Nkosuo confirmed that the dispute between the two has been settled to help them promote the ministry to a different level.
During last week ’s iYES event, Ernest Opoku disclosed that his feud with Bro. Sammy was caused by the people around them. Bro Sammy also confirmed that their rift was the work of the devil but they have put their differences aside to become one.
The reunion between these two musicians became possible with the help of the founder and Leader of London Prayer Centre, Pastor Brian Amoateng at the 4th edition of International Youth Empowerment Summit held at the National Theatre from August 22 to 24.
In the past, the two artists have accused each other of scheming to bring the other down.