- Nana Yaw Boakye, popularly known as MOG has revealed he used to cry over being unable to get shows that paid even GHc100
- At the height of his pain, MOG reveals that it took his wife's consolation and encouragement to keep on moving
- Fast-forward, MOG indicates that he sometimes have to cancel some shows because of the high demand for him
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Popular Ghanaian gospel artiste, Nana Yaw Boakye, who is otherwise known as MOG, has revealed he used to be saddened by zero patronage just some years ago.
The artiste revealed this when he appeared on ‘ZionFelix Live Worship’, indicating that at the height of his struggle, he was physically in tears.
MOG recalls a particular night when he was weeping and asked his wife whether he was not a good singer and why nobody contracted him for an event for even GHc 100.
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At that point, the 'Jesus' composer's wife consoled him and reminded the singer that God makes everything beautiful in His on time.
According to MOG, he decided from that moment to only be attending usual church service but within a space of one year, all his wishes were granted.
Now, MOG has performed at many events outside the shores of Ghana and he has gotten to the point where he sometimes begs people to cancel some of the shows.
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In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a breathtaking video has surfaced online showing talented Ghanaian kids singing like renowned Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer, Stonebwoy.
The video was recorded by an unnamed social media user and made public in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal handle of Analimbeychris on Twitter.
The kids did a brilliant freestyle performance of one of the popular hit songs of Stonebwoy whose real name is Livingstone Etse Satekla.
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