Gospel singer survived two abortion attempts

Gospel singer survived two abortion attempts

Ghanaian gospel musician, Celestine Donkor has revealed that had, it not been for grace, she would not have been alive after her mother tried to abort her on two occasions.

Gospel singer survived two abortion attempts

According to livefmghana.com, the singer revealed this on an interview on GhOne Television; narrating that her mother after given birth to six children already and decided to abort the seventh but was warned by a fetish priest she consulted.

“My mother decided not to give birth again so when I was conceived, she opted for an abortion. Hence her decision to see a fetish priest for some concoctions but things changed as the priest warned her never to try it because the child in her womb was going to be a star and if she tries, she will lose her life.”

When Celestine’s mother insisted on aborting the baby sought for help elsewhere which eventually left her bedridden. It was only until she went into labour that she was able to walk.

Celestine Donkor has since become a star in the Ghana music industry and is known for her beautiful songs mostly recorded in Ewe and Twi. Two of her most popular songs include M’anim nguase and Supernatural.

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