Prophet Peter Abam has claimed that some gospel artistes are ungodly because they use magic powers to push their songs.
According to the prophet, top gospel musician Ernest Opoku, Bro Sammy among others have some of the gospel artistes who use 'juju.'
In an interview with Odiyifo Yaw Charles, Prophet Peter Abam made damning allegations against some gospel musicians.
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Prophet Abam noted that most gospel musicians are ungodly and are singing just to enrich themselves.
According to him, "gospel musicians of our time are irreligious as some are occultist, some join spiritual witchcraft and others also visit the shrine."
He went on to mention names, claiming that the likes of Ernest Opoku, Brother Sammy, and some top female gospel musicians are some of those into 'juju'.
Prophet Abam stressed that gospel musicians who are irreligious have a way of dressing and portraying themselves.
This is not the first time someone is accusing Ernest Opoku for allegedly meddling in occult dealings.
Actress Nayas, former girlfriend of Ernest Opoku accused him of using 'juju' to push his music career.
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Nayas further accused Ernest Opoku of drinking tramadol and alcohol anytime he was about to go on stage.
On the other hand, Bro Sammy has also been in the news after gospel musician Cecilia Marfo slapped him during deliverance.
Cecilia Marfo, during her deliverance, alleged that Bro Sammy engages in 'juju' which she had seen spiritually.
Bro Sammy in response to the incident slammed Cecilia Marfo and accused her of cheating on her husband.
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