Popular Ghanaian TV personality, Rev. Maame Yeboah Asiedu, has said that she would quit her profession to go into full time ministry should God direct her.
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The renowned counsellor was speaking in an interview with notable TV talk show host, Delay on the Delay Show.
''Every pastor or Reverend minister aspires to own a church at one point in life as such am stating emphatically that if God directs me to quit journalism today, stop presenting TV shows, sell my house, my cars and hit the forest and solely focus on his work, trust me I will do that with no hesitation,'' Maame Yeboah Asiedu said.
The renowned radio-television personality revealed that her ministry which currently focuses on prayer and sharing of God’s word, meets frequently at the Achimota forest to pray.
Maame Yeboah Asiedu explained that she is ready to quit if the Holy Spirit directs her to forgo her career and focus on her ministry.
She reiterated men of God can attest to the fact that one cannot do anything without the direction of God, so if God gives her that direction to quit her current job, it wouldn’t be out of place at all.
Maame Yeboah Asiedu addressed rumours which went viral on social media suggesting she had a bad relationship with her former employers, Despite Group limited and her UTV colleague Adwoa Yeboah Adjei which led to her resignation from the aforementioned company.
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