Gospel singer Pesie Esther has acknowledged that he made a mistake when, during the 40th anniversary celebration of the Tagoe Sisters event, he referred to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the “God of NPP.”
She claims that she realized it wasn’t the correct thing to do after hearing some of the public criticize him for becoming too close to President Akufo-Addo and referring to him as the “God of the NPP.”
The gospel singer revealed that when she sings her song “Waye me yie” at public gatherings, she approaches any well-known person in the vicinity and uses their name to sing so that the audience may relate to and comprehend the message in the song.
Speaking in an interview with Adom FM, which 1Family radio monitored, Piesie Esther admitted that she shouldn’t have said ‘God of NPP’ while performing her song.
Since the release of the song “Waye me yie,” every time I minister at a program, I approach any well-known person in the area and minister the song to him because I want him to understand the lyrics. If you follow me, you’ll see that I do this consistently. Therefore, I don’t let criticism get to me. Observe that I sing the person’s name like “God of Enoch” at every event I go to; this is something I do every day. However, I’ve since realized that I shouldn’t have called Akufo-Addo the “God of NPP.”