A Ghanaian Muslim youth has confessed to being an ardent listener of Diana Hamilton’s ‘Mo Ne Yo’, an inspirational gospel song with gratitude as its central theme.
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Yussif Chibsah disclosed that anytime he listens to ‘Mo Ne Yo’, he becomes ''happy and inspired.''
''I am a Muslim but anytime I listen to this song I become happy and inspired.''
The young Muslim man shared the video below with the caption in a known Facebook group.
While that is not unique because once an individual can relate to the words of a jam especially a song like ‘Mo Ne Yo’ which makes reference to God’s goodness towards an individual, then regardless of an individual's religion, could appreciate the song.
However, Yussif Chibsah did not just stop there, he invited Christians who missed their Sunday church service to join him worship with the song.
''Sunday worship, those who were not able to make it, let’s gather here,'' Yussif Chibsah
Evans Noddy Brown Opoku reacted to Yussif Chibsah's post.
He wrote: ''God bless u my guy. May our Lord open the eyes of [your] heart.''
However, another Muslim brother, Hussein Noordin, was quick to note that: ''Islam has nothing to do with music.''
In a related story, a non-Ghanaian trumpeter has earned a special spot in the hearts of many with his flawless performance of ‘Mo Ne Yo’ by UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Diana Hamilton
The video emerged of the White man skilfully trumpeting the popular gospel which won the VGMA Gospel Song of the Year.
‘Mo Ne Yo’ a relatable song with a central theme of gratitude resonated with many Ghanaian after its release in 2018.
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