Gospel music duo, Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy have finally reconciled after they were reportedly at each other’s neck.
It could also be recalled that Brother Sammy accused his music colleague of conniving with Cecilia Marfo, a gospel singer and General Overseer of Cecilia Marfo Worship Center; to disgrace him during a gospel event where he (Brother Sammy) was invited.
During the worship event which was held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Cecilia Marfo reportedly slapped Brother Sammy five times in an attempt to exorcise evil spirits from him.
Brother Sammy and Ernest Opoku were portrayed as enemies, not seeing eyeball to eyeball and the friction between them was never a thing that one ever thought would become a truce after all.
But it was a beautiful sight to behold at the 4th edition of iYES conference, a programme organized by the Brain Amoateng Ministries to empower the youth, at the National Theatre from Wednesday, August 22 to Friday, August 24, 2018 as it saw the two gospel musicians reunite.
Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy shared the same stage and sang worship songs together, announcing their reunion and friendship as the body of Christ is all about love.
This is indeed Christianity!
iYES was born from the experiences of the President, Brian Amoateng, in his days at University Ghana as a student.
The traditional church style in various denominations makes it difficult for them to accept the new energy and exposure of the younger generation.
Resulting in Isolation, which makes the youth fall into their own thoughts and eventually become a prey of exploits by the world and it enticing influence.
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Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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