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    Patience Nyarko: The gospel industry in Ghana is rife with hypocrisy.

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    Patience Nyarko: The gospel industry in Ghana is rife with hypocrisy.

    Gospel singer Patience Nyarko of Ghana has taken aim at other gospel performers and business people for not agreeing with Nathaniel Bassey’s recent counsel to Ghanaian gospel musicians.

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    Following criticism from certain Ghanaian gospel performers, such as Celestine Donkor, Patience Nyarko voiced her dissatisfaction with what she saw as inconsistencies in the gospel music community.

    Recalling a similar situation from four years prior, she urged her peers to concentrate on singing in their own tongues, stressing that the calling of gospel musicians is not about language but rather their dedication to their art.

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    Patience Nyarko questioned the consistency of her fellow musicians, pointing out that when she brought up the same issues in 2019, she received backlash, including disparaging remarks from well-known media figure Abeiku Santana.

    Those who disapproved of her today for not following Nathaniel Bassey’s advise were called hypocrites by her. The English songs by Ghanaian gospel performers may not even pique the interest of Nigerians, as noted by Patience Nyarko.

    “I was expecting him (Abeiku Santana) to have done better, but he came out to say things I can’t even say to him or his kid,” the woman stated during a Facebook live session. Why, therefore, are you guys battling Nathaniel Bassey right now? Do you not now agree with him? Have you not seen how hypocritical you guys are? What is God doing to you, have you noticed? You’ve been brought low.

    During a concert in Accra, Nigerian gospel music icon Nathaniel Bassey proposed that Ghanaian gospel musicians write more songs in English in order to reach a worldwide audience.

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