- Yaw Siki, former hiplife star, has been seen still preaching in trotro
- The photos were shared in a popular group on Facebook
- Yaw converted to become a Christian after a life-threatening accident
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Former hiplife star, Yaw Siki, has been seen preaching in public transports in Ghana popularly called 'trotro'. The picture was shared in a popular Facebook group called Trotro Diaries by one Korkor Nartey.
This comes two solid years after he was first spotted preaching in public transports in Ghana.
Yaw Siki was popular for his special hit song 'Wope Dodo' which he sang when he was still in the 'world'.
Yaw suffered a life-threatening accident, an event that changed his life and he converted to become a Christian.
Since he recovered 'miraculously', he has been on several media platforms proclaiming his new faith and attempting to convert other people.
After his conversion, he has released Christian songs that are in contrast to the life he used to previously live.
The Christian songs Yaw Siki has composed include 'Thank You', 'Ohene' and 'Medi Wekyi'.
Two years ago, he was first spotted preaching in public transport. Since then, the man is still on his game as many people have attested on social media to have seen him preaching God's Word.
Fresh picture of Yaw Siki:
Yaw Siki preaching in trotro:
Another photo of him.
In 2017, YEN.com.gh reported that nearly four years since his close brush with death, former hiplife artiste, Isaac Okai, better known as Yaw Siki has now turned to full time preaching.
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