“Ernest Opoku Used To Be My “Small Boy”, I Mentored Him”-Brother Sammy Reveals

Brother Sammy, one of the most entertaining gospel acts in Ghana has revealed that Ernest Opoku, a well-known gospel singer used to be his “small boy” back in the days, and most of the things he knows about the gospel were derived from him.

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Speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz aired on United Television hosted by the ace broadcaster, Gilbert Abeiku Santana, Brother Sammy revealed that Ernest Opoku imitated him while he was serving him back in the days, thus the similarity in their voices.

He claims that many would presume that he rather copied Ernest Opoku’s voice since Ernest came to the spotlight before he did. He further stated that Ernest Opoku served him for so many years before he came out as an independent gospel artist.

Brother Sammy said that he was more focused on preaching the word of God than singing although he was gifted with the voice to do so.

In other news, seasoned Ghanaian media personality, Afia Pokuaa Vim Lady has added her voice to DC Comics’ decision to make the new Superman, Jon Kent in their upcoming comics a Bisexual ahead of the publication of the next iteration of the series.

Reports filed by TMZ indicated that the son of the original Superman, Clark Kent, and his wife, Loius Lane, Jon Kent the new Superman, is interested in both men and women. Not only that but a male connection will be discussed in a future issue.

Many things happened to the super-tyke, including the kind of narratively handy rapid aging that many sitcom moppets go through.


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