Celestine Donkor Releases Her Controversial Prison Video
Gospel musician Celestine Donkor has just released an exclusive new music video off her new album. This will be the first video from her 12 tracks album titled “RIGHTEOUSNESS”.
The video for song titled: 'Manim Nguase' was shot on location at the James Fort Prison in Accra. 'Manim Nuguase' is a narrative must see video which sorts to depict the story of Joseph in the Bible.
Earlier on this year, this same video generated a lot of controversies in the media sometime in May, when someone who saw Celestine at the prison yard reported that she was in jail.
The rumours were fueled by pictures that found their way onto social media networks, including facebook that showed the “Supernatural” singer in handcuffs and being escorted by two female prison wardens.
However, Mr. Kofi Donkor Executive Producer and Manager for Celestine Donkor came out to debunk the rumours and revealed that it was just a video shoot. The controversial video is out and Peacefmonline.com is proud to share with our cherished readers.
The new video will be on her first ever music video compilation also to be released soon. The video compilation will contain 8 professionally shot and edited videos including the award-winning Supernatural video which won 2010 4syt Gospel Video of the Year.
Other artists featured on the album include; Elder Daniel Akakpo (Celestine's big bro in the UK), Emmanuel Ray Akakpo (Celestine’s younger bro) and Ishmael Koranteng of the stars of the future season 2 fame.