- Elder Mireku is one of the respected gospel musicians in the country
- First-ever photos of his wife have popped up online
- In 2008, President Kufuor rewarded him with the highest award of the land
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Elder Akwesi Mireku is one of the pioneers when it comes to gospel music in the country.
The veteran singer has been winning many souls for Christ with his powerful songs.
Elder Mireku is noted for his lyrical prowess but he has done so well in keeping his marital life away from the media.
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From nowhere photos of the award-winning gospel star's wife have surfaced online.
The photos which have been seen by YEN.com.gh prove that Elder Mireku is not only good in music but has got good taste as well.
The wife of Elder Mireku is light-skinned and very beautiful.
See photos below:
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She’s called Mrs. Philomina Mireku, the new Women’s Director for The Church Of Pentecost
YEN.com.gh can't confirm if the couple have children together or not.
Elder Mireku has been in the gospel industry for more than 35 years and he has many songs to his credit.
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In 2008, Elder Mireku received the highest award of the land when then-President John Agyekum Kufuor rewarded him with the Order of the Volta.
Meanwhile, on-air personality, Caroline Sampson, has landed a new job just days after leaving Yfm.
The renowned broadcaster has joined a newly established radio station called Asaase Radio.
Caroline took to her official social media handles to confirm that she is now with the Cantonment-based radio station.
She released photos and a video announcing her move as she explained how she got the job.
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