“Eboboba” hitmaker Patience Nyarko says doing gospel music in Ghana does not really pay much much as it earns very little income.
In an interview on Onua FM’s ‘Anigye Mmre’ show with host Christian Agyei Frimpong last Saturday, she talked about her music career, the Ghana gospel music industry among other things.
She lamented bitterly that gospel musicians earn too little.
According to her, one way gospel musicians make money these days is when someone sow a seed in their lives.
Parlance Nyarko further said one major reason that has contributed to the low remuneration of Gospel artistes in the country is the low patronage of CD sales which used to be their main source of income in recent times due to advanced technology.
She expressed her worry about the attitude of some Ghanaian pastors who call them for a show but refuses to pay for their services.
“…When a pastor calls you for a show and you charge him or her the pastor will fight you…”.she said
She noted that it is about time the men of God know that they’re doing business since they invest a lot in themselves and their music so they have to pay them when they invite them to perform at their churches..
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