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Sonnie Badu sets new record in America


Sonnie Badu, Ghanaian gospel musician based in the United Kingdom, has said his newly established church in the United States of America is unprecedentedly growing well.

In a recent conversation on SVTV monitored by Ghana's Most Authoritative News Website, www.ghnewsfilla.com, Sonnie said The Rock Hill Church which he started barely five months ago has done incredibly in the US.

“The church is growing unbelievably. If I knew this is how quick it would grow, I’d have started long time ago. But it is always good to work in God’s timing. We’re literally five months old and we have almost 200 to 300 members,” he said.

He further said there has been no history of any African church to have recorded such number within a short time like he has done.
“This is a record, they say no African has done in America that within three to five months the membership has grown to this level,” he said.

However, he noted that the road has not been that easy

“It has not been easy since I started but I am just doing what God told me to and I’m enjoying every bit of it”.

He said shuffling between the London and the United States of America has been a challenge but he makes sure he visits his family in London frequently.

“I’m always in London. I just don’t tell the world I’m in London. I was there two weeks ago and I spent 10 days and nobody knows it. So I just keep it private, but yeah God prepared us for this moment and so I’m actually humble to be used in this entire season,” he said.

A few months ago, reports had it that the ‘Wonder God’ singer had founded a church in the US.

In a video he published on his social media page when the church was established, Togolese footballer Emmanuel Adebayor (known to be his friend) was seen giving a testimony about the new church.

Sonnie Badu has songs like ‘Baba,’ ‘Covenant Keeping God,’ ‘Still You Reign,’ among others.


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