Gospel Artist donates to orphanage

Accra, Minister Prosper Ntoso, a Gospel Musician, has donated items worth GH33,000.00 to Mephibosheth Training Centre, an orphanage home for children with special needs in Winneba, Central Region.

Items presented included bags of rice and cooking oil, mattresses, and an undisclosed amount of money.

The donation, which was part of the artist’s 32nd birthday celebration, was held in collaboration with the Prosper Ntoso Ministry.

Minister Ntoso, said the support was to fulfil one of the core mandates of the Ministry, which was to be a blessing to the less privileged in society.

“The Ministry is not only about music, I believe as Gospel Musicians, our lives must positively affect the lives of others and the impact should be a directed to these children because they need our physical support”, he said.

Minister Ntoso said his Ministry intends to extend this gesture to other orphanages in the country and called on other Gospel musicians to contribute in similar ways.

Reverend Jehu Appiah, Founder of the Centre, expressed gratitude to the Ministry and appealed to government to extend the National School Feeding programme to the institution.

“These children deserve special attention, the responsibility is huge, we only depend on the support of donors, if government comes in, it will reduce the burden on us, we cannot do this alone” he said.

He has three albums to his credit, some of his songs are Meyi Nyame Aye, Awesome God, We Praise Your Nmae, Aban Din Din.

The Prosper Ntoso Ministry is a growing Christian music group dedicated to using music to win people into the Kingdom of God, and also to support the needy.

Source: Ghana News Agency