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I was called a witch in Church because I spoke the truth- Diana Asamoah

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Contemporary Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Asamoah has recently opened up about an ordeal she endured in a church when she accepted Christ as her lord and personal saviour some years ago. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyEXnh3p5E0

The ‘Ogyaee’ hitmaker, during an interview with Berla Mundi on the Day Show on TV3, revealed that she had faced accusations of being a witch within her church community.

According to her, the allegations were due to the fact that she chose to always tell the truth when others decided to do otherwise.

However, despite the distressing ordeal, the popular singer who doubles as an evangelist said she remained resilient, refusing to succumb to the unfounded allegations.

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”I have been accused of being a witch in church before but I didn’t quit. If I did, I wouldn’t have been here. They called me a witch because I decided to always tell the truth no matter what,” she said

Diana Asamoah further made reference to her telling the truth about the consequences of polygamy when some popular men of God decided to preach otherwise.

”When some men of God were beginning their Ministries, they preached and encouraged monogamy, but as soon the number of their congregation increased they preached otherwise. They encourage polygamy and say they find no fault with it,” she emphasized.

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