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Prophet Bernard El Bernard gifts Gospel Singer Edward Boateng

Prophet Bernard El Bernard gifts Gospel Singer Edward Boateng

Prophet Bernard El Bernard Nelson-Eshun, the General Overseer of SpiritLife Revival Ministries in Accra, has generously come to the aid of struggling gospel musician, Edward Akwasi Boateng.

Boateng had resorted to selling his music on pen drives and CDs to support himself and his family, after facing challenges that led to the breakdown of his marriage. A viral video showed him selling his music at a bus terminal in Kumasi, sparking concern on social media.

Moved by Boateng’s plight, Prophet Nelson-Eshun pledged to support the musician by enrolling all his children in his scholarship scheme until they complete university. He also gifted Boateng a new car and promised him a monthly remittance, the details of which were not disclosed.

The Prophet explained that he was touched by Boateng’s dedication to the body of Christ and was angered by those who insulted God for Boateng’s situation. He emphasized that life’s challenges can affect anyone, including himself, and praised Boateng’s contributions to the church.

Boateng, visibly emotional and grateful, embraced the Prophet and expressed his gratitude. With the Prophet’s support, Boateng now has a brighter outlook on life compared to his previous struggles. Known for his popular songs, including ‘Adea Mepe Nyinaa’, Boateng’s music has brought comfort to many Christians over the years.


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