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Prophet Bernard gifts struggling gospel artiste Edward Akwasi Boateng with car and scholarship for his children

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Prophet Bernand El Bernard, the head pastor of Spirit Life Revival Ministry, has delivered a life-changing gift to well-known gospel artiste Edward Akwasi Boateng during a church service on Sunday, February 25, 2024.

Captured in a video shared by blogger Zhikay Ikejunior, the heart-warming moment unfolded at the Spiritual Revival Ministry in Accra. Prophet Bernand, alongside his congregation, welcomed Boateng and surprised many by unveiling a series of valuable gifts. These included a brand-new car, an all-expense-paid scholarship for Boateng’s children up to university, and a monthly allowance to alleviate his recent financial crisis.

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The touching gesture left Boateng visibly moved and speechless, expressing profound gratitude for the unexpected support extended to him during these challenging times.

This act of benevolence follows the circulation of a viral video on the internet, showcasing Boateng selling pen drives and CDs at a bus station in Kumasi. The footage shed light on the gospel musician’s financial struggles, triggering an outpouring of empathy and support from the public.

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Boateng’s journey through adversity traces back to the breakdown of his marriage two years ago, during which he endured maltreatment and unfair treatment due to financial strain. The artist was forced to sell nearly 17 vehicles he owned to cope with mounting challenges.

Despite Boateng’s storied career and successful hits such as “Makoma so Ade,” “Kae asem a waka,” and “mebo wodin,” financial hardships continued to plague him, prompting widespread concern from fans and well-wishers. His recent public appearance selling merchandise served as a poignant reminder of the struggles he faced, igniting a wave of compassion and solidarity from those aware of his predicament.

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Prophet Bernand’s extraordinary act of kindness serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration, reminding us of the transformative power of compassion and generosity in times of need. As Boateng embarks on a new chapter, buoyed by the support of his community and the unwavering kindness of strangers, his story stands as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the profound impact of selfless acts of kindness.

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