ImageIt is an easy act for the living to forget the dead, forgetting that one day they would also cross the Rubicon and wish that things be done in remembrance of them.

It was with great shock and heavy heart that many Ghanaians received the death of amazing gospel musician Bro. Philip especially when he was in the ‘morning of his life’.

He, in the short time he had, blessed us with ‘wutumi so’, ‘ahin mu hin’, yesu yeda woasi among others.

I pray the good lord continues to fortify the family and meet their needs.

Bro. Philip, you may be gone but you live in our hearts.

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