Let’s support the needy- Rose Adjei
Gospel artiste Rose Adjei, has urged Christians and colleague gospel artistes to always support the needy.
This, to her, would open more doors and also be a blessing to others who are in need.
In an interview with The Spectator Agoro on Monday, the evergreen gospel artiste shed some light on why she had been donating to institutions and individuals doing donation in April.
‘April is my month of birth, so I do this every year to thank God for how far He has brought me and it has always been my wish and possiblya callingto give to the poor and the needy.
“On my special day I donate to either a school or an orphanage and my very first time I started donating I came to the Korle-Bu Children’s Ward and today again the Lord has touched my heart to be a blessing to them” She said.
For the past five years, Rose Adjei has been putting smiles on the faces of widows and less privileged.
On her birthday, she donated some items to the Children’s ward at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital which included toiletries, biscuits, soft drinks, diapers, boxes of water, and sanitisers
She also donated items to 20 widows at her church, which included I cloth, 5kg rice, and amount of GH100 each and her CD
As part of the programme line-up, she organised a concert dubbed ‘My heart of gratitude’ to thank God for how far He has brought her and her ministry after the donation.
She is currently promoting her third album ‘Na God’ comprising songs like M’adansedie, Agya Pa, Arise and Shine, and Nyame ye.
She has been in the music industry over a decade. Her debut song, Nyame Ye, which was part of her first album God’s Favour was recorded in 2006, but released in 2013 and became hit.
The popularity of the album gave her the opportunity to perform on several local and international platforms including some parts of Africa and Europe.
By Linda Abrefi Wadie