Evangelist Diana Asamoah has disclosed some men of God used to accuse her of witchcraft because of the way she used to mock them.
This,the “Akoko Abon” hitmaker revealed, was during her days as an apprentice seamstress.
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Speaking in an interview with celebrity blogger, Zionfelix, the gospel musician explained that a lot of pastors preached around her workplace and she used to laugh at them whenever they spoke in tongues.
According to her, the whole tongues thing was very new to her at the time and she found it hilarious.
Many of the pastors then concluded that she was possessed with witchcraft and reported her to her boss who once dared her to attend church with if what the pastors were saying were not true.
One of such pastors, the 2015 VGMAs Gospel Album of the Year award-winner further revealed, went as far as trying to cast out the supposed demonic spirit but failed because there was none in her.
Diana Asamoah has been active gospel musician for close to 18 years and has been with a specialty in worship songs.
She has released a number of hit tracks including M'abo Wo Din, Akoko Abon, Ogya, M'adansedie Nie, among many others.
Below is a video of the interview courtesy Zionfelix.com:
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