Bice Osei Kuffour, better known as former hiplife star Obuor, has received a new ‘anointed’ appointment in his church, as a deacon.
Obuor, who is also the president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), was appointed as deacon by the Redemption Power Ministries, in Accra.
In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, the MUSIGA president noted that aside his duties as MUSIGA president, he also has a deep relationship with God, hence his new position in the church.
“I feel very humbled by the appointment and see it as an opportunity to continue doing the Kingdom business while working on my own salvation with fear and trembling,” Obuor stated.
According to him, the more responsibilities a person has, the more enemies he gets, and thus, taking up more duties in Church is his way of being close to God.
Obuor added that over the last couple of years, he has used his musical talent to promote positivity and support his community, to further push development.
His ‘Oko aba’ song in the early 2000s was part of a road safety awareness campaign, to encourage all road users, especially drivers to be mindful of irresponsible driving and overspeeding.
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