- Popular highlife musician, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, has stated that he does not pray through Jesus Christ
- According to him, he does not pray to Jesus because he is not the same as God
- The musician further stated that missionary schools established in the country taught Ghanaians all that the Whites wanted Ghanaians to know
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Veteran highlife musician, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, has revealed that he does not pray to Jesus Christ.
According to him, Jesus Christ is not the same as God and for that reason, he does not pray to Him.
The Ghanaian musician, songwriter, producer and composer made the statement during an interview on Class FM.
Per a report by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, he stated that “It’s like this formation of the white people that has been brought to us but we mustn’t forget that all of us went through the missionary schools; all the schools that we went to, Anglican, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, all were established by the missionaries, so, they taught us what they wanted us to know.”
In that respect, he went ahead to state that he finds it hard to say Jesus is God and has a challenge with regard to praying to the creator through Jesus.
In other news, details of Ghana’s first win in the African Confederations Cup (AFCON) win have surfaced online.
A photo that has since gone viral shows an excited young man carrying the cup on his head. On Sunday, December 1, 1963, Ghana won the AFCON cup by scoring Sudan by three goals to nil.
The captain of the side, Aggrey-Fynn, scored in the 62nd and Edward Acquah added two goals in the 72nd and 82nd minutes.
Egyptian player, Hassan El-Shazly, emerged as the top scorer of the tournament with six goals.
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