I Will Engage Any Of My Children In A Fight If They Try To Promote Promiscuity Through Secular Music – Hannah Marfo

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Hannah Marfo has said she won’t tolerate any decision by her children to promote promiscuity through secular music.

She is not having a problem with them venturing into secular music entirely.

However, the veteran Gospel musician has laid down the rules for them in an interview with Docta Kay on Accra100.5FM’s Nkran Kwanso.

She stated that the songs that they will compose should be able to have a positive impact on the lives of others.

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If they do not listen to her advice and they try to promote promiscuity with secular music, Madam Marfo said she will engage them in a fight.

“None of my children has expressed the desire to sing secular music but if you’ll sing and, for instance, it’s like Amakye Dede’s ‘Dabi Dabi’, [that’s fine]; someone who is even suicidal and listens will have a change of mind.

“But, for a child of mine to sing songs that promote promiscuity and debauchery, no matter how aged I am, I’d tie my cloth around my waist and fist-fight that child till they have no choice but to stop. What is that?” she posited

Hannah Marfo has 3 biological children; 2 girls and a boy.

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