Sunyani-based Gospel musician, Rev Mrs Janet Bossman has bemoaned over how envious most people are in the Bono Region.
She disclosed the high rate of backbiting and jealousy in the region when speaking in an interview with News Hunter Magazine’s Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku on Unlimited Chat With K.O.K.
Mrs Bossman recounted the distasteful comments some people passed when she sent them a flyer of her upcoming event ‘Women At The Altar’.
According to her, the comments were discouraging but she motivated herself, looked focus and worked towards what’s ahead of her.
The enterprising Gospel musician stressed that it will be difficult for the entertainment sector in the Bono Region to progress if the attitudes of the people are not changed.
She sadly revealed how some people-including pastors and musicians wishes for the downfall of others.
Janet Bossman also talked about how difficult it is for Gospel musicians in the Bono Region to get sponsorship for their events.
She further detailed how her annual event, ‘Women At Altar’ was conceived.
Rev Mrs Janet Bossman is gearing up to host the 2020 edition of the ‘Women At Altar’ at the Temple of Praise (TOP) Auditorium in Sunyani on Sunday, October 25, 2020.
The event is expected to start at 4:00 PM.
Watch Janet Bossman’s interview with K.O.K on Unlimited Chat below.