Celestine Donkor is a talented Ghanaian gospel musician and songwriter. March 2021 saw her recognition as one of the Top 30 Most Influential Women in Music by the 3Music Awards Women’s Brunch. Additionally, she established Celestial Praise, an annual Gospel music concert.
|Full Name:||Celestine Donkor|
|Date of Birth:||Not Revealed|
|Place of Birth:||Volta region|
|State of Origin:||Volta region|
Early Life and Education
Donkor was born into the Akakpo family, with both her parents hailing from the Volta region of Ghana. Her educational journey began at St.
Augustine Preparatory School in Abeka Lapaz for primary education and continued at Nsaaniya Secondary Business School in Kasoa for her secondary education.
Later, she pursued her higher education at the University of Ghana, Legon, where she earned her BA (Hons) in Sociology and Information Studies.
Donkor has engaged in collaborations with a multitude of gospel artists, such as Joe Mettle, Joyce Blessing, Ceccy Twum, Mkhululi Bhebhe, Edem, Philipa Baafi, and Funny Face.
Her repertoire boasts several hit songs, including “Turning Around,” “Bigger,” “Okronkronhene,” “Manim Nguase,” and “Boobobo.”
Notably, her latest album, “Agbebolo,” secured her the title of Artiste of the Year at the National Gospel Music Awards.
Celetine Donkor Net Worth
Celestine Donkor is a popular Ghanaian gospel singer who has earned an estimated net worth of $500,000
Celestine Donkor tied the knot with Mr. Donkor, and their union has been blessed with three daughters.