- Sonnie Badu has promised to support hiplife turned gospel act, Yaw Siki
- His decision is to help the singer who gave his life to christ after an accident that almost claimed his life
- Sonnie Badu encourages Yaw Siki that he is on the right path
International gospel artiste, Sonnie Badu has promised to sponsor former Hip Life artiste, Yaw Siki.
Yaw Siki who is known in private life as Isaac Okai disclosed in an interview by JoyNews that his new life is with Christ and he spends his time preaching and winning souls for Christ. In the interview, Yaw Siki admitted that he lives off help from family members and off monies donated to him by people he preaches to in buses.
Yaw Siki in the interview revealed that he is now into gospel music and called on radio stations to rather play his gospel songs instead of his past songs. He also admitted that he would not accept royalties for his old song, should it be given to him.
In reacting to the interview, Sonnie Badu posted the interview to his instagram account and noted that he would want to meet the singer and help him out. He encouraged the singer that he has chosen the right track and God will not leave him on his chosen path.
His post read “I would like to meet the young man who has moved from being a secular artist to a preacher on the bus…“I would like our ministry to sponsor him for a few next years.. it will not be easy with the decision you have made as there will be long suffering, however, we are here to let you know that you made the right decision ..#YawSiki”
In an interview with yen.com.gh, Sonnie Badu noted that he had instructed his management in Ghana to contact the gentleman to see how best he can help him.
“The gentleman has made a right choice to serve God and preach his word. It is not an easy road. I would help him”, he reiterated.
Sonnie Badu is a multiple award winner who is also known to be a musician and a preacher. He has a foundation that is noted for charitable works across the country. His recent donations include support for over 20 fire and flood disaster victims and providing monthly financial support for a widow who list his husband through the fire and flood disaster.