My father died when I was just 3 days old, my mother used to take me to the beach to cry to God and pray for me – Nacee emotionally reveals

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Award-winning gospel musician and producer, Nana Osei also known as Nacee, has emotionally recounted how his mother used to send him to the beach to pray from him whiles growing up.

In an emotional interview with Felicia Osei on Onua Fm’s Adwuma Adwuma, Nacee revealed that his mother would take him to the beach to pray for him and cry out to God on his behalf.

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My mother did not want to disturb the neighbours with her prayerful laments so the best place was to go to the beach and pray,” he recounted

According to him, just like a majority of us, he faced a lot of challenges and hardships, including poverty and a lack of opportunities while growing up but his mother who was a devout Christian, believed that prayer was the key to overcoming these obstacles

Hence she often took him to the beach, where she would cry and pray for him.

“My mother would be crying and the tears will fall on my head and I’ll ask her to stop crying,” a teary-eyed Nacee said.

Nacee’s mother’s prayers and faith had a profound impact on him. He credits her with instilling in him a love for God and a desire to serve others through his music.

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“My dad died when I was just 3 days old. I never met my dad. I only know he comes from Barekese. My mother did not want to lose me because of what my dad went through. The trauma she went through was too much so she made sure she protected me with all she had through godliness and discipline,” he revealed

Today, Nacee is a successful gospel musician, performer, songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist, known for his uplifting and inspiring music. He continues to draw on the lessons he learned from his octogenarian mother and the power of prayer in his work.

“My mother did not overpamper me because I was the only child. She was very strict but was soft when she had to be and introduced me to God. Even after I was framed for something I did not do and she asked me at age 15 to return home, I said no and she really cried but I had my decision and I followed through with it. She believed in me when no one else did, and her prayers gave me the strength to pursue my dreams,” he narrated.

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