Ghanaian gospel musicians have been spotted in many videos performing their great tunes to Christian believers at various churches from time to time. This is however not the case at Power Embassy International Church as the founder and leader of the church, Pastor Prince says he has banned most of them from ever mounting a podium in his church.
Speaking with Zionfelix on the ‘Uncut’ show, the man of God revealed that the inability of some of the Ghanaian gospel musicians to leave lives that befit their maker and creator who they claim they continually sing about in their songs is what led him to take this serious decision not too long ago.
The man of God, who has been involved with the ministry for over twenty-five years stressed that most of these gospel musicians he decided to ban for his church have on countless occasions failed to let the presence of God felt when they picked the microphone to led worship.
He emphasized that once any musician decides to sing gospel music, then automatically the person has decided to project the teaching of the maker through their songs and their deeds, especially their dressing.
Pastor Prince added that there have been occasions he has seen some gospel musicians struggle to even move about when they were performing just because their attire was too bad.
The man of called who is affectionately called “Kofi Hyenkom” also stated that the pioneers of gospel music in Ghana like Elder Mikeru and the others have been doing the work for a very long time but because they have exhibited worthy lives, God always shows his power when they pick up the microphone.
When he was asked to mention the names of some of these musicians he has banned from his church, Pastor Prince gave an emphatic NO answer.
Watch the video of Pastor Prince below: