- Gospel singer, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, has apologised for her comments about the Homowo Festival
- She made an appearance at the Ga Traditional Council and went on her knees to plead for forgiveness
- It was earlier reported that the singer made comments that suggested Ga people should stop celebrating the Homowo Festival
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Evangelist Diana Asamoah has appeared before the Ga Traditional Council to officially apologise in person over her comments about the Homowo Festival.
In a new video going viral on social media, Evangelist Diana Asamoah was seen seated in front of the prominent chiefs and elders of the Ga Traditional Area and asking for their forgiveness.
The Tetelesta hit singer was accompanied by respected opinion leaders from the Ga Traditional Council, respected clergymen and women, some family members, and her producer, Mr Anane Frimpong.
The whole team meeting the Ga monarchs were all singing the same tune as they pleaded on behalf of the gospel singer and asked that she be forgiven.
A relative of the evangelist who happens to be a full-bred Ga man spoke on behalf of Evangelist Diana Asamoah and asked the chiefs and people of the Ga Traditional Area to temper justice with mercy.
According to the family member of the renowned musician, he would not allow his child to speak the words Evangelist Diana Asamoah wrote and said her words were spoken out of ignorance.
After lengthy chats and apologies, Evangelist Diana Asamoah in all humility, went on her knees to plead with the entire Ga Traditional Council to forgive her and take her back as their beloved daughter.
Earlier, she recorded a video in which she apologised to the Ga Traditional Area over her unsavory comments about the Homowo Festival.
In the said video, she said she did not know her words would cause harm and rightly took them back while apologising to the traditional rulers and the entire Ga populace.
She went on to ask the whole nation to keep supporting her so she can produce more spirit-filled songs to uplift the name of the Lord and also push God’s work forward.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that repented fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa, known in real life as Patricia Aseidu, has paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam, Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu at his residence.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Agradaa who has asked people to now call her Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng was seen in the company of her husband.
The former traditional priestess indicated that it was the second time she was visiting the Chief Imam as he once came to Sowutuom to organize a programme.
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