Pastor G’love Gemann, founder of the New Life Christian Love Fellowship – the ex-convict turned preacher – over the weekend, introduced his new wife to Ghanaians during the launch of his new album, ‘G-14’.
Gemann, whose real name is Nana Kwesi Agyeman, was a successful musician until he was found guilty of shooting a taxi driver and had to spend some 14 years in prison until he was pardoned.
It became public knowledge that his wife divorced him while he was in prison, but only a few people know he has remarried since his release.
“My wife is a great gift from God to me and I could not have asked for more,” the ex-convict who became born again while in prison and was subsequently ordained a Pastor, disclosed at the Osu Ebenezer Church Hall Saturday night.
Gemann was speaking at an event dubbed, ‘A Night with Gemann, during which he told his story and also launched his new album. The album, a 14-track master piece symbolizes the 14 years Gemann spent in prison and proceeds from its sale would be used to buy essential commodities for prison inmates.
The event was also to introduce Gemann to the Presbyterian Church of Ghana fraternity, as he would be collaborating with the church on prison outreaches across the country.
“I turned over a new leaf in prison largely due to the Prison Ministry of the Presbyterian Church… I know other churches also have serious wings dealing with prison ministry but I’ll always remember the useful mentorship I received from some prominent Presby pastors,” he noted.
He explained that life in prison was tough and that basic essential commodities such as soap, toothpaste, toilet rolls are scarce and inmates are constantly in need of them.