We Have Not Paid Any Money To Sonnie Badu – National Cathedral Secretariat

Written by on 06/22/2022

The National Cathedral Secretariat has refuted claims that it paid an amount of $50,000 to gospel musician Sonnie Badu during the Fundraising Launch of the facility in the United State of America in 2019.

A statement signed by Dr. Paul Opoku-Mensah, the Executive Director of the National Cathedral of Ghana reads:

There are reports of the payment of $50,000 to the singer Sonnie Badu for his performance at the launch of the National Cathedral Fundraising in Washington DC in February 8, 2019. The Secretariat of the National Cathedral has not paid any money, neither is it aware of any such payment, to Sonnie Badu.”

Earlier there were reports on social media suggesting that the gospel musician had been paid such an amount.

An account on Twitter @cecil_kwabena posted:

“I’m sure the handlers of @SonnieBaduuk will alert him to clear the air whethyhe allegedly took $50,000 for singing 5 minutes 15 seconds at the launch of Ghana National Cathedral in USA 🇺🇸”

Sonnie Badu replied to the tweet, thus:

Wow thanks for alerting me, I was not given a dime… Not even a seat for me and my team, We stood outside..”

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Gospel singer and cleric, Sonnie Badu is the latest famed person to share his two cents over the controversial LGBTQ+ bill that has received different contrasting opinions from Ghanaians.

According to Sonnie Badu, if the Western countries care so much about g@ys and are very keens on their welfare then they should grant all of them visas to join them in their countries so that Ghana can exercise its anti-gay status.

He went on to say that the solution he has proposed will allow these folks to go peacefully and receive proper medical attention for the medical disorders linked to the act.

The ‘Baba’ singer later released a press statement through his management to this effect.

Sonnie’s management noted that the organizers of the fundraiser explained to the team that the program was a charity event and that they would give them something but after the program they disappeared.

They added that their artiste and the team were not even given seats to sit on after their performance.

See Sonnie Badu’s statement below:

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Source: GhanaWeekend.com


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