Diana Asamoah speaks up on Cecilia Marfo behaviour.

Gospel musician, Diana Asamoah has thrown shade at her colleague musician turned Prophetess, Cecilia Marfo, over whether or not her spiritual calling is authentic.

Cecilia Marfo was recently marked by politician Kennedy Agyapong. He has been on a mission to expose fake men and women claiming to be doing the work of God.

Kennedy Agyapong fired verbal missiles at Cecilia Marfo for doing a very nasty thing to her congregants.

The gospel musician now runs her own church. It is alleged that during services where she would spit ”saliva” into the mouths of her congregants. This is to serve as a form of divine direction.

Kenndy Agyapong warned her to desist from such activity. Also went as far as threatening to do undercover work to expose her underhand dealings.

The same Cecilia Marfo, years ago, invited Brother Sammy. A gospel musician, to her programme in Kumasi and slapped him repeatedly. Also tore his pendulum chain with an emblem of Jesus on the cross. And further poured a bottle of water on him.

All this she did to tell that her diety had spoken to her that Brother Sammy was being led astray by fame and veering off his divine assignment.

In an interview on Okay FM’s ‘Best Entertainment’ with Halifax Ansah Addo, Diana Asamoah cast an innuendo over the character of Cecilia Marfo saying ”a Prophetess can have the gift but not character. There is a divine calling and there is character. Somebody could be speaking in tongues but will have all manner of worldliness”.

She also stated; ”Not every person who speaks tongues has repented. Not every person who preaches has a renewed character. And, not every person who sings gospel song has a repentant spirit. Singing is a gift and God doesn’t take back His gift which He has freely given.”

She added that some gospel musicians and religious leaders who think they are doing the work of God are in actual fact being used by the devil.

Source: GhanaWeb

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