The leader of Seventh Day Adventist Church’s group-Young Missionaries, Alex Acheampong has revealed a disagreement that ensued between the church and him some years ago.
Speaking in an interview with Zion Felix on the Uncut Show, Alex recounted being questioned by some leaders of the church after he released his popular song ‘Emmanuel’ due to some instruments used for the composition.
According to him, the leaders asked him to remove the instrumentals from the song which was already on the market but he refused to do so.
Alex Acheampong indicated that his refusal to heed to their advice was as a result of a direction from God after praying.
He detailed how one of the leaders enquired about his target audience during a conference, and after answering SDA and others, the leader told him there is no way people in the SDA church would accept such a song.
The Young Missionaries leader reminisced taking one of his music videos off the air after his church registered their displeasure on it. He explained the video featured some South African’s with earrings and anklets.
Some few days ago, Alex Acheampong teamed up with Seventh Day Adventist group, Young Missionaries to churn out two new songs titled ‘Nyame Aye Bi’ and ‘Hu Me Mmobo’
Watch the full interview below.