We Need Cash Or A Car; Come To Our Aid – Yaw Sarpong and Asomafo Cry For Help In Video (Watch)

More articles

- Advertisement -
Zionfelix is a renowned blogger, social media influencer, Publicist/PRO, Radio & TV Personality. He holds BSc Information Studies & Political Science from the University of Ghana, Legon. He's the host of entertainment shows "Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix", "Zionfelix Uncut" and "Gossip Palour With Zionfelix" Contact: +233242544313 IG & Twitter: @Zionfelixdotcom

Veteran Ghanaian local gospel singer, Yaw Sarpong, has put a humbly plea before the general public to help him and his Asomafo music band.

While speaking in an interview with Zionfelix on Zionfelix Uncut, Yaw Sarpong indicated that his music group was in dire need of cash or a car to facilitate their movement around the country to share the gospel through music.

READ ALSO: Archipalago Shows Off His Beautiful Wife For The First Time As He Organizes Baby Shower For Her – See Exclusive Photos And Video

He was visiting a number of accident wards in hospitals around the country to encourage patients who were on admission.

According to him, the motive for his visits was in line with his 58th birthday and also to share in the pain of the patients since he was recently involved in an accident himself.

WATCH VIDEO BELOW: (Forward to the 5th minute):

Yaw Sarpong revealed that after his accident the Tundra car in which they were travelling was damaged beyond repair and it had rendered them vehicle-less.

He went on to make it public that the Tundra car was a gift from a lover of their music who doled out a whopping GHC120,000 for them to acquire the car.

READ ALSO: Actress Christiana Awuni Scolds Shatta Wale For The Unprintable Words He Used On Ayisha Modi Amidst Their Beef (Video)

Yaw Sarpong said it was the same car that the whole band used on their music evangelism since it was used to carry the musicians and their musical instruments.

He also appealed to the public to support them with cash and logistics so they too can be a blessing to the less-privileged in society.

- Advertisement -


- Advertisement -