Gospel Musician Kwaku Gyasi Reacts To Allegations That He’s An Occult

 Gospel Musician Kwaku Gyasi Reacts To Allegations That He’s An Occult

Popular Ghanaian-born Canadian-based musician Kwaku Gyasi has clarified an allegation that he is into occultism.

This allegation was leveled against the prolific gospel musician by one Osofo Maame Donkor who claimed months back that Mr. Gyasi is a member of the secret society.

But refuting the allegation, the ‘Ayiye’ hitmaker told Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s ‘Ayekoo Ayekoo’  mid-morning show on Monday that “I am not into occultism and I have never belonged to any occultism group, I hardly hear that word”.

Kwaku Gyesi who has been plying his trade in Canada for some time now further explained, “On this earth, if God does not help you, no one can help you. Everything Satan does has limitations and consequences as well, but for God it is natural. You can be thousand years but if God wants to bless you there are no limitations,”

The musician born to Kwame Kyei and Angelina Appiah on December 17, 1977, however, revealed that he is back to stay and will make a strong impact in the music business.

Gospel star Kwaku Gyasi denies claim by one Osofo Maame that he’s an occult

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