Gospel singer ASP Kofi Sarpong says that juggling two professions–being a policeman and musician–has not been easy for many to find stress-free.
According to him, although he has always seemed to be in control, he pays more attention than his music career to serving his country.
Speaking on Adom FM’s mid-morning show, Work and Happiness, monitored by Yes Ghana Online, Mr. Sarpong said, “It sometimes puzzles me how I can combine the two with my parents.”
“I go to the studio at night to record and head to my office in the morning. On weekends, when I am less busy, I try to visit the studio again to finish up on my works,” he told show host, Black I.
Even when he has an activity that demands his performance, the gospel musician said he responds to duty calls.
“If you invite me for a show and I have an IGP request, I will pay attention to that first. I might even perform in my uniform if I have to after that,” he added.
The musician of the gospel is now promoting his new song, “Messiah.”