Evangelist Diana Asamoah, a renowned gospel musician has called for unity among artistes to help nurture their talents and potentials to build the Kingdom of God.
She said gospel music could easily transform the spiritual lives of Ghanaians, but added the transformation could take place if artistes allowed peace and unity to prevail among them. She went on the entreat gospel musicians to collaborate and use music to propagate the word of God.
She presented 2,000 exercise books, pens and pencils, as well as school uniforms to be distributed to pupils and students of Ahwene and Buoku M/A Primary and Junior High Schools.
Evangelist Asamoah indicated that many upcoming gospel musicians were embedded with great potentials and talents that could impact the industry, saying it behoved on prominent artistes to support the younger ones to build their talents.
She emphasised that disunity among gospel artistes would grieve the Holy Spirit and possibly affect the performances of gospel artistes.
Evangelist Asamoah said gospel music was Godly and a form of evangelism and advised wealthy artistes to show love and compassion to society by assisting the needy and vulnerable, as they spread the word of God through music.