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I had no intention to do music - Celestine Donkor

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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 Source: rainbowradioonline.com

Celestine Donkor, one of Ghana’s finest female gospel musician has revealed on GH Entertainment hosted by Agyemang Prempeh on Rainbow Radio 87.Fm that, she had no intention to do music.

According to her, she had accompanied another female musician, Abaawa Mary to record her song at Freddiema Studios and in the course of the recording, the owner of the studio heard her sing and that was her breakthrough.

She told the host that, Uncle Fred advised Abaawa Mary to feature her [Celestine] on her song because she had a great voice.

Celestine Donkor has become a household name within the gospel music circles in Ghana and beyond.

She is known for her inspirational and soul-lifting songs which transcend tribal barriers in Ghana as she sings in English, Twi, Ewe and Ga.

Her motivational and dynamic attributes, coupled with her sonorous voice and years of collaboration with several renowned musicians such as Philipa Baafi, Superintendent Kofi Sarpong, Rev. Prince Nyarko, Great Ampong, Isaac Show Boy and many more have earned her the recognition as one of Ghana’s most versatile and unique gospel minstrels.

Some of Celestine’s very popular songs include Adekyea mu nsem, Supernatural; I can be righteous, Manimnguase, Turning Around and many others.

Celestine is the founder of Chosen Ladies of Faith club (CLOFF), a feminine club aimed at empowering young ladies to achieve their God given potentials. She is also the CEO of Celestial Company limited.

Celestine is holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Ghana and is married with three beautiful daughters.

Source: rainbowradioonline.com