1. Siki Yaw
The talented young rap act was making a splash in the music industry. Yaw Siki's flames were extinguished, unfortunately for his followers, after he was involved in an accident and later gave his life to Christ. He preaches in a Trotro on occasion when he is not preaching in church.
2. Azigiza Jnr
Azigiza Jnr, born Victor Kpakpo Jnr, was a successful Disc Jockey and one of the hottest rappers in the 1990s. During his days in showbiz, the now Reverend Azigiza was the industry's bad boy. He once admitted to dating 17 different women at the same time.
3. Majid Michel
It's hard to find new Majid Michel films these days, but it's much easier to find him preaching. This is because the actor, who previously had no faith in God, has now dedicated his life to Christ.
4. Omar Sheriff Captan
The former Tinsel star has been absent from the screens in recent months, but not when it comes to matters of God and the church. The actor is now a devout Christian who claims he has a talent for healing. The sheriff told Stacy on her "Restoration" broadcast, "My final decision to heed the call [of God] was in 2007."
5. Papa Nii
If you miss seeing him on TV, speaking with dictionary-heavy vocabularies, you should pay a visit to the Lifted Yoke Chapel in Korle Gonno on one of these Sundays. Henry Harding, better known as Paddington Papa Nii Papafio from the movie "Taxi Driver," has been ordained as a minister and preaches regularly.
6. Lord Kenya
A legendary hiplife artiste has become a man of God after serving Ghanaian music fans with numerous secular hit songs. Evangelist Lord Kenya is his new title.
7. Nana Agradaa
Priestess of the Fetish Nana Agradaa is a Christian who has been baptized.
Pastor Joseph Kwadwo Kyereh of the Trusted Word Ministries, Agradaa's Christian godfather, baptized her.
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