I Will Never Endorse Any Political Party- Gospel Musician Victoria Sarfo

    /    Oct 5, 2016   /     Showbiz  /    Comments are closed  /    713 Views
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One of Ghana’s finest gospel musicians, Victoria Sarfo has said she will never endorse any political party going into December 7 polls.

According to the “Awurade Kasa” hit maker, she is not aligned to any of the political parties and therefore believes voting should be a secret thing.

“Any political party that will give you money in order to vote for them is simply telling you that they don’t deserve to rule and therefore such parties should not be given any attention . You shouldn’t allow yourself to be bought by any of the political parties; your vote is your right and must be secret”.

Speaking  to Elder Sampson Annan on the Cymbals show on Kapital Radio 97.1 Fm, Mama Vic, also indicated that her favorite musician and mentor as far as gospel music is concerned is veteran musician, Amy Newman.

Victoria Sarfo, who is one of Ghana’s most respected gospel musicians, has been in the industry for over 35 years.

Mama was born on December 17, 1969 in Kumasi to Mr. Opoku Agyemang and Mad. Agnes Arthur who hails from Offinso in the Ashanti region as Victoria Opoku Agyemang.

Victoria started schooling at Tafo/Pankrono School in Kumasi, then to Aduman Secondary school in 1983 but completed her second cycle education at the Amaniampong Vocational school at Asante Mampong in the Ashanti region of Ghana, where she studied catering.

In 1991, Vic gave her life to Christ and came out with an album entitled “Owanwani Jesus” with Miss Pat Anthony, who later worked with Kapital radio in Kumasi.

Victoria Sarfo who is happily married to Nana Kwaku Sarfo, a marketing consultant, was nominated as female gospel musician at the Ghana Music Awards in 2002.


Source: Precious Adusi Poku | www.kapital971.com

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