I Thought Of Committing Suicide – MOG Music Discloses

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Gospel musician cum pastor, Nana Yaw Boakye-Yiadom, well known as MOG Music, has disclosed he had suicidal thoughts some time ago.

He told Delay in an interview that he was in a difficult situation.

While his friends abandoned him, his wife sadly lost her job as a banker.

MOG Music said his prayers were not answered swiftly as he needed.

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“When you start becoming famous, people think you have accomplished it all, you have achieved… but there was this emptiness in me. Nobody knew that even though I was doing the work of God, I could feel God was not with me. I could feel God had forsaken me because people I call close to me forsook me.

“As a man, you needed to restructure the whole family system. I had too much on my plate and although I’m the type who gets results whenever I pray, this time, I had no results after praying. I could feel I was empty,” MOG Music stated.

He recalled an assurance he received from a Canadian-based prophet.

“It was one of the days when I was home. I was ironing my dress, getting ready to step out. I saw a post on Prince David’s Facebook wall about Prophet Manny prophesying about countries and what God revealed to him about them. I clicked the link and realized that he was having a live Zoom service and joined the service.

“When he was about to close, he mentioned that there is a musician [MOG Music] in Ghana. And that God has asked him to tell the musician that the covenant they have is too strong that no man can bring him down… Hearing that, I just fell down flat on the ironing board and cried like a baby,” MOG Music revealed.

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