Men Approach Me But I Bounce Them – Diana Asamoah Opens Up On Single Life

Diana Asamoah has expressed her deliberate choice to embrace singlehood at the age of 51, as she desires to be approached by men.

The veteran gospel musician shared her perspective on relationships and how she handles advances from the opposite sex, highlighting that although men have proposed to her, she has made a conscious decision to prioritize her career above all else.

Diana Asamoah firmly stated that she has turned down numerous marriage proposals from men, as her unwavering dedication lies in her ministry and her unwavering commitment to remain focused.

During an interview with Okay FM, Diana Asamoah openly discussed her current relationship status and elaborated on the underlying reasons behind her decision to postpone marriage at this particular stage in her life.

She shared, “So many of them [men who propose to her] come into my life, but I do not allow them because I want to focus on the work of God. I have been in full-time ministry for a long time.”

Diana Asamoah made it clear that her ministry job is her first priority in life. Although she occasionally dabbles with other pursuits, such as politics and charities, her ministry always comes first.

Diana Asamoah raised eyebrows recently when she reaffirmed her unwavering support for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) while criticizing Ghanaians who assert that there is widespread hardship under the leadership of Nana Akufo Addo during an interview on Kingdom FM.

Asamoah, whose popularity has diminished due to statements of this nature, attributed the high unemployment rate in the country to the attitudes of the youth towards employment opportunities.

She said;

“Nearly 90% of the youth I hear complaining about not finding a job have jobs they could do but can’t because of their character. Again, I’ll say it: most Ghanaians lack employment due to their character. It’s a fact, she stated. That there is hardship in Ghana is untrue,” she said. Some people shouldn’t have any trouble with it. Since you work here, you could have been fired by now if it weren’t for your integrity and hard work.”

Source – Tru News Report


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