Ghanaian gospel musician Celestine Donkor says she will gladly write a song for a political party when contracted.
Speaking to Joy News in an interview, she said even though she won’t sing or disclose her identity she will has no qualms composing a political song for another person to sing.
According to her, showbiz is all about business and one should not grab every chance to make money when given the opportunity.
“why not? One of the things God has given me is the talent of writing. I can write rap…the rap I can write is not these ones Sarkodie is doing. I can write and as a writer, I can write anything I just choose what I will align with. I have actually written political songs for people. I won’t sing it but I will write for people to sing. I won’t show my face but I will take the money. Remember I told you my first love is business,” she said.
Gospel musicians singing political song or declaring a political stance is currently not uncommon. Several gospel musicians like Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong, Philipa Baafi, Omane Acheampong have all recorded songs for political parties in Ghana.