Celebrated and award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer, MOG Music has opened up on how he was introduced to masturbation by a close friend when he was still a virgin and in secondary school. He disclosed this during an interview with Deloris Frimpong on her Delay interview. MOG Music is a Ghanaian Pastor and Gospel musician.
He disclosed how he became an addict in masturbation after a friend introduced it to him since that day. He revealed of starting to masturbate even though he was a virgin at that time. Describing how it started;
“He showed me how to masturbate and why I wouldn’t need to have sex to feel okay. I masturbated throughout secondary school,” MOG Music disclosed. He also went ahead on how it became part of him and how hard it took him to put a stop to it.
“When I gave my life to Christ, the desire became strong. It was very serious. I confided in our prayer secretary on campus, he declared seven days of fasting and prayer, but it didn’t work. “A pastor I confided in also declared 21 days; it also didn’t work. I could stop for a week, but when the desire is back, it’s serious, I was able to stop one day when I went into my bathroom to masturbate again but something prompted me and I prayed since then I have been delivered “ He concluded.
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