Renowned Ghanaian gospel songstress, Diana Asamoah has discounted rumours that Ghana’s president, Nana Akufo-Addo gave her the car she uses.
The Tourism Ambassador disclosed to host of Power Entertainment, Agyemang Prempeh, on Power 97.9 FM that her latest car was as bought through her work – evangelism and singing.
“I have only one car…I got my car through the grace of God. He [Akufo-Addo] never bought my car for me. My producer [Anane Frimpong] and I came together to buy the car. It was bought through the proceeds of my evangelism and singing,” Diana revealed.
The ‘Mabo wo din na mafre wo’ hit maker is close to the ruling New Patriotic (NPP) and even composed a song for president Akufo-Addo prior to the 2016 elections.
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Under the NPP government, she was appointed a Tourism Ambassador by sacked Minister for Creative Arts, Culture and Tourism, Catherine Afeku.
To this end, many Ghanaians believe she’s on the payroll of the NPP as a reward for singing on their campaign platforms while in opposition.
However, Diana believes she is a Ghanaian and thus sings for all Ghanaians.
“I don’t belong to any political party, I’m a Ghanaian,” she told Agyemang when asked about her political affiliation.
She will sing for any political part when they call her and God directs her to do so.
Diana, who’s been singing for over 20 years is out with her 9th album under the auspices of Frimprince Music Production, which she has been working with for 19 years.
The title of his latest album is ‘Onyame Tumfo’. On the album are worship songs like ‘Tetelesta’ (It is finished) and ‘Nea Owui’.