We Beg You – Asamoa Gyan’s Beautiful Daughter’s Emotional Plea To Ghanaians

Many were wondering whether she have taken the Gospel at early age or she was doing it for fun.

She has been trending on many social media applications with Many shares and likes over what she said in the video.

The Beautiful daughter of popular footballer Asamoa Gyan have stunned social Media most especially Ghanaians with an exceptional plea which was contained in a video.

The little girl who was spotted singing Diana Hamilton’s Aseda song added a short message to the song.

The little girl begged Ghanians and all those watching her video to get God as their backbone.

” We beg you, looking for God is the Best. Singing his song is joyful. ” she said in the trending video.

Her plea sparked debate on social media with many wondering How a beautiful young girl could take the gospel At such age.

Her father Asamoa Gyan is a remote footballer in Ghana. 

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