Veteran Gospel musician, Mary Ghansah, after the demise of her colleague Seth Frimpong, said that the gospel fraternity has lost a great man of God.
According to her, the singer and pastor had a tenacity and vibrancy when expressing his love for God, it drew the attention of every audience.
“Pastor Seth Frimpong during the year 2000 made a lot of hits. I admired this man though didn’t have the opportunity to be close to him,” she told JoyNews Becky.
Mary Ghansah sent her condolence to the family of Seth Frimpong and the whole gospel fraternity.
“The Gospel industry has lost a great man of God,” she said.
Seth Frimpong passed away at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital on Friday, April 24.
According to his friend and colleague, Brother Sammy, the singer had fallen ill and was unable to move parts of his body.
“He suffered from stroke (and could not move) his left arm, right leg and his lips,” he revealed.
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