- Talented Ghanaian pastor, Isaac Yeboah, who lives with a disability has released a powerful gospel song with Great Ampong
- The song was tagged the latest best gospel song of the year on his YouTube channel
- Isaac, who was once a boxer as well as a mason, is married to a loving and supportive Nigerian woman with three children
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Isaac Yeboah, a Ghanaian pastor, and prophet who has founded the Prophetic Voice Ministry in Ghana released a powerful gospel song with the renowned minister, Great Ampong.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, the talented minister who has been disabled for the past four years indicated that he is a married man with two beautiful girls and one boy.
Although the prophet admits that his current condition has made it more challenging to promote his songs and take his music career to the next level, it is apparent that he is making every effort within his means.
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The new song that features Great Ampong is titled, Adom Wo Wim, and was tagged the latest best gospel song of the year on the minister's YouTube channel.
A quick glance by YEN.com.gh on the channel also revealed that Isaac Yeboah, also known as Dwatchman, has other interesting videos about his touching life story.
Isaac, who was once a boxer as well as a mason, is married to a loving and supportive Nigerian woman who is able to speak Twi very fluently.
Watch his video below:
Away from that, Fathia Ayodele Kareem, a young Ghanaian medical doctor who attended Wesley Girls' Senior High School from 2006 to 2009 has recounted her story as a Muslim student.
According to Fathia in a narration on her Facebook page, there were many good things instilled in her in the school for which she is grateful, but the extent of religious intolerance left much to be desired.
"I was the second person in my family to attend Gey Hey so I had been informed that Muslims were not allowed to pray. I was also passed over for prefectship which I believe was because I am Muslim", she mentioned.
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