Renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, has recounted how she nearly beat up a woman who advised her to get married to her pastor, claiming it was God’s will.
Diana Asamoah who was speaking on Okay FM said the lives of many of her gospel industry colleagues are in ruins after heeding to some of these false ‘revelations’ from supposed men of God.
The evangelist said the woman in question came all the way from Accra to make the claims that God wanted her [Diana] to marry her (the woman’s) pastor.
Evangelist Asamoah said she got so infuriated by the woman’s conduct and came close to hitting her with a Bible in an attempt to draw the truth out of her.
Explaining the Bible was her weapon of choice, the gospel musician indicated the act would have constituted a “physical deliverance”.
Diana stated emphatically she refused to be a victim of fake prophesies and pastors.
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