September 17, 2021
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Ghanaian gospel musician Patience Nyarko has shared her concerns on why Gospel musicians should charge for their performances at churches.

According to her, it is about time gospel artists are valued and appreciated for blessing the church with their God-given talents.

Speaking in an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom Plus 101.9Fm, the Wafom Kwan” hitmaker said Gospel music is a ministry and a full-time work hence gospel musicians need to be paid for ministering in churches.

While a great number of clerics believe that Gospel artists should not charge fees since it is the work of God that they are doing, Patience chided every worker deserves a salary and gospel musicians are not an exemption.

The “Obi Nyanime singer” mentioned they have families to feed and bills to pay so therefore there is the need for them to be paid after performing in churches.

She pleaded with corporate bodies and churches to understand the business side of ministry because that is the way they are able to fund their projects.

“Patience Nyarko is a brilliant singer, who has good messages and Obi Nyanime and W’afom Kwan are great songs and she won a lot of hearts for that.

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By: Christopher Agbodo Ranson/ Virgin Blogger

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