Celebrated highlife singer Ofori Amponsah, has admitted in a recent interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso of the Delay Show, that starting the Family of Faith and Love Ministries in 2013, was a miscalculated step, and a result of turbulent times he underwent emotionally.
While he maintained that he has been called by God (as is the case with every christian), he acknowledged that it was in another area, and not to be a pastor.
His second stint on the show, the conversation, a grilling, saw him backtrack on statements he had made the first time he was on the show in 2015, such as a declaration never to return to secular music, as well as his original motives for entering ministry. He also admitted to recording secular music with KayWa while still running a church.
“Only a fool doesn’t change his mind. I know what my strengths are. I don’t feel like writing Gospel music. Gospel [sic] is my belief, and I will not waver from it. It is a belief I have in God…I won’t change. But I don’t think that God calls everyone to be a Gospel singer…”, he submitted among other things.
He used the opportunity to apologise to people he has disappointed via his past actions.
Ofori Amponsah aka “Mr. All 4 Real” is credited with 12 albums since he commenced music actively in 1999. He’s known for, and received numerous laurels for widespread hits as “Lady,” “Emmanuella,” and “Otoolege.”