Prophet Bernard presents a brand new car, monthly stipend, and scholarship to Edward Akwasi Boateng.


Help has finally arrived for veteran gospel musician Edward Akwasi Boateng after a video of him selling CDs and pen drives at a lorry station went viral.

In a touching show of generosity, a Ghanaian prophet by the name of Bernard gave Mr. Boateng a brand-new car, covered all of his children’s tuition fees to the university level, and promised him a monthly stipend.

On February 25, 2024, the man of God, who happens to be the founder and leader of The Spirit Life Revival Ministry, cordially welcomed Edward Akwasi Boateng to his Accra congregation.

Mr. Boateng, who could not believe what was unfolding right before his eyes, broke down in tears, expressing his overwhelming appreciation.

Edward Akwasi Boateng gained attention when he was seen selling pen drives and CDs containing his music at a bus station in Kumasi.

In a video, he was sitting on a bench with a megaphone, urging people to purchase his products.

Boateng revealed two years ago that his marriage was a turning point in his struggles, citing mistreatment and financial demands from his wife.

He had to sell 17 vehicles to cope with the situation. His recent public appearance has sparked online discussions, with some expressing concern for his well-being.

Edward Akwasi Boateng is known for hit songs like Makoma So Ade, Kae Asem A Waka, Mebo Wodin among others.

What happened to Edward Akwasi Boateng?

Edward Akwasi Boateng

After the video of him selling his songs to raise money for his own and his children’s expenses went viral, Edward Akwasi Boateng shared a heartfelt story about the difficulties he has been facing in life in a fresh radio interview.

As a result of the viral video, Akoma FM, a subsidiary of Media General, reached out to the gospel musician and invited him for an interview. Akwasi Boateng refuted the notion that his challenges were a result of mismanaging his wealth.

The veteran musician expressed his disappointment with the public’s perception, emphasizing that his life has been plagued with hardships instead.

“I have not been able to sleep for two days now because of the things I have heard and seen. On Tuesday my children came to me for their school fees but I did not have money and did not know how to get the money so I decided to sell my pen drives to get the money. People are of the view that a musician like me with such a reputation, career and previously owned about 17 cars and now I’m selling my own pen drive. The false stories are many and when you say they distort the information,” he noted.

In the meantime, has produced a documentary shedding light on Mr Boateng’s unfortunate situation, encompassing all the details of his predicament.


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