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Spiritual people don’t complain—Stella Aba Seal tears down for help as she loses belongings to flood

Spiritual people don't complain---Stella Aba Seal tears down for help as she loses belongings to flood

Spiritual people don’t complain—Stella Aba Seal tears down for help as she loses belongings to flood

Ace gospel musician, Stella Aba Seal has appealed to all her loved ones and  philanthropists to support her to furnish her house.

According to her, she lost her possession to flood and recently in financial crisis.

Speaking on Kofi TV as spotted by Spot On News, the beautiful Songstress stated that although she was in difficult situation but she blessed God for her life.

She narrated that she went somewhere and returned to find out that her house had flooded.

Ms Aba Seal cried that she unlocked her door and to her dismay her room was full of water and almost got electrocuted in the process.

After realising there was power in the water, she immediately called an electrician to disconnect all the electrical gadgets before they were able to mop up the room.

The “oky3 so Nyame” hitmaker bemoaned that all her hard earned belongings got spoilt, including her bank accounts documents, stabiliser, bags, shoes, music Discs and other essential items.

She however revealed that she escaped death twice in America and she prays that all her efforts and her good works would be gathered by God to bless her children with destiny helpers and favour.

Ms Seal noted that her service to humanity and labour would not be in vain but would pray to God to continue keeping her  safe from all forms of evil and pending harm.

“Spiritual people never complain, so I will never complain but I thank God for my life. Even others were taken away by COVID-19. I am still alive, that is why I am grateful to God and I can get everything I lost,” she cried.

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BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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