The comeback of Head Pastor of the Holy Ground Sanctuary to highlife stunned some industry watchers.
According to a former hiplife artiste, Yaw Siki, he is in no good position to pass judgement on Ghanaian highlife–artiste-turned–pastor, Ofori Amponsah’s decision to return to highlife.
The comeback of Head Pastor of the Holy Ground Sanctuary to highlife stunned some industry watchers. Mr All 4 Real hinted that he will sing highlife and still perform his duties as a pastor.
His manager, Franklyn Wiafe Agyekum stated that the artiste cum pastor will not be singing secular songs; rather love songs to heal the broken-hearted.
“He is back to highlife to continue doing those love songs he used to sing and even do it better. He is back to sing love songs to heal the broken-hearted. There are so many broken-hearted in the house.”
Some people have questioned how he could be a pastor and still sing the songs he used to when he was not into ministry.
But Yaw Siki who made a resolution to stop writing secular music after he was involved in a near fatal accident on April 15, 2013 on the Tema-Motorway road has said that Ofori Amponsah should not be judged.
“When Jesus calls us, He gives everybody a job. I am mandated to preach the second coming of Jesus Christ; I don’t know what he has been given to do. But if that is what the Lord says he should do, then who am I to judges and say anything about it? What I will conclude with it that, when we are called, we are given a certain job to do. That’s what we should stick to,” he told Abrantepa on Radio Univers’ mid-morning show, Brunch2Lunch on Monday.
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Yaw Siki however said he has no intentions of coming back to secular music because he has taken a decision to leave the world behind. He is out with a new single, Medi W’akyi - to wit, I will follow you [God].