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Social media reacts to Brother Sammy‘s new release ‘Allahu Akbar’ song as he claims is to unite

Web-based entertainment clients are conflicted between adulating or censuring Brother Sammy for his new track 'Allahu Akbar.'

Photo: Gospel singer Brother Sammy

Sibling Sammy's 'Allahu Akbar' came when the Muslim people group are noticing Ramadan.

The tune of the melody is like that of 'The Millennium Prayer' by Cliff Richard. The thing that matters is the rhythm of the music and the verses.

In the video, Sammy was clad in a white robe - prominently called 'Jalab' or 'Jalabia'.

He attached to his head, a white and red check-designed Arabian scarf; with Islamic including dots in his right hand.Some clients on Twitter are considering what a gospel artiste has have to do with the Islamic Region.

Screenshot of some reactions on Twitter:

In a selective meeting with Doreen Avio , the 'Country Worshipper' said his single "is a solidarity tune."

Refering to the Holy Bible, he said: "Joined we stand, partitioned we fall. Solidarity is what we want here in Ghana. It doesn't imply that since I am a gospel artiste, the Muslim is my foe."

Watch his interview with Doreen Avio on Ghent news YouTube channel by clicking on the link below:

Brother Sammy 'Allahu Akbar' song explained.

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'The Millennium Prayer' Allahu Akbar Brother Doreen Avio Islamic


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