"I Almost Died After I Was Locked In A Compound Toilet On A Hot Afternoon For Hours"- Gospel singer Celestine Donkor

“I Almost Died After I Was Locked In A Compound Toilet On A Hot Afternoon For Hours”- Gospel singer Celestine Donkor

Celestine Donkor, an award-winning gospel musician, revealed that a neighbor locked her in a toilet for two hours.

Celestine, who grew up with 12 other tenants on the same compound in Abeka while living with her parents and 14 siblings in a chamber and hall detailing her compound house experience on the ‘Grass to Grace’ edition of ‘Just Being Us’ with MzGee on Akwaaba Magic, said she almost fainted after a neighbor locked her up in the shared compound toilet for hours on a hot afternoon.

“There were very mean adults in that compound house, I remember, one parent, the father of one of the tenants locking me in the toilet because you know we have to have our turn, the person said I had stayed there for too long and it not like today’s toilet,” the Agbebolo singer disclosed.

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“The guy locked me in there one hot afternoon and someone else came two hours later to open the door. When I came out I was almost fainting, I was sweating,” Celestine Donkor noted.

The experience, according to the mother of three girls, influenced her decision to never raise her children in a compound house.

“I want to protect my kids from wicked people like that, so the environment is very important to me. It was one of the things I looked out for when I decided to marry. I didn’t want a compound house, because it was one of the requirements. I wanted my kids to grow and be nurtured in love,” she added.

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"I Almost Died After I Was Locked In A Compound Toilet On A Hot Afternoon For Hours"- Gospel singer Celestine Donkor