I was called a witch in Church because I spoke the truth- Diana Asamoah
Diana Asamoah, a contemporary gospel musician from Ghana, recently talked about a painful experience she had in a church after accepting Christ as her personal saviour and lord a few years ago.
The “Ogyaee” hitmaker disclosed that she had been accused of witchcraft by members of her church community in an interview with Berla Mundi on TV3’s Day Show.
She said the accusations stemmed from her decision to always speak the truth, even when others chose not to.
The well-known vocalist, who also happens to be an evangelist, claimed that in spite of the upsetting experience, she remained strong and refused to give in to the baseless accusations.
“I have previously been called a witch in church, but I did not give up. Had I not, I would not be in this place. I chose to always tell the truth, no matter what, and for that reason, they called me a witch,” the woman said.
Diana Asamoah also mentioned how she had spoken the truth about the negative effects of polygamy when some well-known religious figures chose to preach against it.
“Some men of God preached and supported monogamy when they first started their ministries, but as their congregation grew, they began to preach differently. They say there is nothing wrong with polygamy and even promote it,” she emphasised.