Umuofia seems to be the most trending conversation on social media for the past week after Prophet Nigel Gaisie alluded his prophecies which most believe were meant for Ghana to this fictional village.
Well, the trend took a different turn yesterday on social media, as a young and talented uprising Ghanaian musician composed a funny but melodious tune to the trend. The track which he titled as Umuofia was on high demand across all social media platforms after he posted it.
This is not the first time the artist, Aqua Nie has taken a swipe at false prophets and 'false prophecies'. He started with a thought provoking song titled, 'Da a Nyame beba' . This song talks about the fact that many 'men of God are becoming fetish priests because of money, and that believers are being swept away from the truth because of miracles.
When asked whether the song is meant as atroll to the famous prophet, he answered, 'no, not at all, I actually saw a trend, loved it and decided to add my voice to it , and what better way to add your voice as a musician than through music?'
But we also do follow trends and if there is anything we have learnt from listening to Da a Nyame Beba, (Watch here), it is that this 'track' has a deeper meaning. According to Aqua Nie, he is thinking of releasing a full track in the coming days on Umuofia and hopes to feature a top artist on it as well.
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