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24.06.2015 General News

Ninfah Wilkinson Sings For Fathers

By Daily Guide
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Emmanuel Paul Ninfah-Wilkinson has launched his maiden album dedicated to fathers in a colourful ceremony at the St Theresah's Church, Awudome, in Accra last Saturday.

Notwithstanding the heavy downpour, the launch attracted many renowned gospel artistes who came from far and near to grace the Father's Day eve event.

The two-track album, 'Our Fathers, Our Pride' and 'Daddy Made The Difference', according to the songwriter, was composed to create awareness about the importance of fatherhood.

To him, the album, backed by Harp of David Music Ministry, was to celebrate fathers, create a platform to honour them on regular basis and not to wait for a year before they are celebrated.

The 37-year-old Vodafone Sales Engineer revealed that in 'fathers lie great blessings' and the only way to unlock and tap such virtues was to honour them as instructed by the Bible.

He hinted that 'Happy Father's Day' and 'Daddy Made the Difference', produced by Time FCAH, was a challenge to fathers for them to be strong and take their rightful places in homes.

'This is a return of the glory of the fathers' campaign. Our fathers have been relegated to the background for far too long, but we want to do a shift, hence this campaign.

'The Good Book has enjoined us to honour fathers so we can enjoy the blessings God has planted in them. Fathers are to release blessings but when they are not honoured, we will deny ourselves such blessing.

'I am on this journey to ensure that families recognise this so they can release blessings,' he added.

Adopted by Mr Kwamena Ninfah, Paul runs the ENPAUL Foundation which seeks to empower fathers to take their rightful positions in families.

He is married to Francisca Zaaviel Ninfah-Wilkinson and blessed with a son, Jude Abeiku Ninfah-Wilkinson.

The songwriter paid glowing tribute to his godfather, Kennedy Agyapong (KENPONG), for his occasional pieces of advice.

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