- Kwaku Gyasi has rubbished allegations that he is into occultism
- The musician says he has no idea what qualifies one to be a cult member
Popular Ghanaian gospel musician, Kwaku Gyasi has denied claims that he is in a secret occult group.
According to the musician, he has no idea what it takes for one to qualify as a member of any secret society, whether in Ghana or abroad.
Speaking on Accra FM on Monday, the Canada-based Ghanaian singer insisted that he has never come across any member of such secret groups in his life, let alone for him to be a member.
It could be recalled that a Ghanaian Prophetess, Osofo Maame Donkor, recently accused the celebrated gospel singer of being a member of a secret cult group.
Though Osofo Maame Donkor refused to give further account of her accusations, many fans of the gospel musician treated the matter with all seriousness.
However, Kwaku Gyasi in his radio interview rubbished the allegations, ”I am not into occultism and I have never belonged to any occultism group, I hardly hear that word.”
Kwaku Gyesi who has relocated to Canada for some time now further insisted, “On this earth, if God does not help you, no one can help you. Everything Satan does has limitations and consequences as well.”
The talented musician added that, “every perfect gift to mankind comes from God, and it is natural. You can be thousand years but if God wants to bless you there are no limitations."
Kwaku Gyasi who appears to have gone on the low from the gospel circles, revealed that he is back to stay and will make strong impact very soon in the music business.
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