VIDEO: ‘I Charge For Shows Now’ – Gospel Musician Francis Amo Finally Announces And Details His Charges

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Popular Gospel musician, Francis Amo, has opened up about the amount he mostly charges before he moves his team to any show or concert they are contacted for.

In an exclusive chat with Zionfelix on the Uncut show, the talented gospel musician disclosed that previously he was not charging to perform at churches or shows because he felt that he was just doing the work of God.

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However, in recent times, he has decided to charge not less than Ghc30,000 for local shows and $3000 for international shows because most of the people he works with must be paid for their services since they also have bills to settle.

Francis Amo added that another reason that caused him to decide to charge for his shows was that a lot of the pastors who invite him and his team for shows or concerts tend to take them for granted.

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He recounted one instance when he went to perform at a show in Koforidua for a particular pastor and they were left stranded at the hotel because the pastor failed to honor his promises to them.

The ‘Ngooba’ hitmaker added that it took the intervention of a loan he took from a friend in Accra to save him from disgrace because the hotel was on his neck to settle the bills before they check check out.

Watch the interview below for more…

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