I Don’t Need Any Explanation From Anita Afriyie – Joyce Blessing

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Sparking many controversial comments about faking her accident, Ghanaian gospel musician Joyce Blessing, has granted her first television interview to Ghana’s most viewed social media channel SVTV Africa, after her near-fatal car accident which occurred on the Accra-Kumasi route, on her way to Kwahu for the “Bliss On The Hills” concert in December, 2017.

Joyce Blessing disclosed that God has been good to her and her entourage, for saving them from the hands of death.

“I am waiting for my reward from God. For us to survive such a near-accident without any serious injuries means God has a huge purpose for me and the team, so I am waiting patiently on Him to reward me,” she said.

Joyce Blessing who is under the management of Zylofon Media shot down reports that she is not on good terms with her colleague, Anita Afriyie.

“I don’t have any issues with her and I need no explanation from Anita Afriyie as to why she told the media that I faked my accident,” she stated.

The ‘Agyebum’ singer therefore pleaded with the host Osuani Afrifa of the show dubbed “One on One with Joyce Blessing” which was streamed Live on Facebook [SVTV Africa] to hold on with such question because she is on the platform to talk about herself and her music career.

When asked how her marriage life has influenced her brand as an artist, Joyce answered: “Unlike others am very lucky to have a husband who understands and support my career, He doubles up, as my manager at Zylofon Media”.

She called for support, made mention of her fan page having an increment after her accident.

“I am yet to release a song for this year, however my fans are going to love it when it is released,” she revealed.

Credit: Newshuntermag.com/Stephen Nana Asare

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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