Celestine Donkor, a renowned Ghanaian gospel musician who is known to be very calm and a hardworking fellow in the music industry has said she’s grateful to God for bringing her thus far.
She’s the type you hardly hear anything bad about and has been able to keep that for a while. But what people never knew was her life before coming to limelight.
Recounting on her life and what God has done for her to Nana Ama MacBrown on the McBrown’s kitchen show, she said;
I started as a house help. When I was growing up I used to stay with people doing all kinds of works. From scrubbing to washing, mobbing and all other things without food. You will see food but never get some to eat. I use to cry a lot. But when I got into music, God has been so good to me and so wonderful.
Recently I was invited to a program in the US and the invitee bought an economy class ticket for me but God being so wonderful to me the moment I got on board set for us to move all I heard was my name being mentioned and acknowledged and then the announcement followed that I have been upgraded to board a business class no more economy. When I remember my life as a house help and where I am now, its a miracle.
She also advised to get close to God and never joke with Him in whatever one does.