Ghanaian veteran highlife musician Dada Hafco expressed his view in accordance with the just ended VGMA, after Diana Hamilton emerged as the best artist of the year over his most contender kidi ( I will be back).
He made it known in an interview that many Christians who prattle about secular acts in a form of demons are playing the role of God.
Dada Hafco reiterated that people who have such talent didn’t get it from anywhere but the same God we serve, so they shouldn’t be affiliate with such an ideology just because they lost a category to a gospel fraternity.
However, he went on to say those concluding it’s a win over the devil should put a stop to it. To cut the long story short, he suggested nobody assumes the position of God because when we do this, we make it difficult for people to join the fellowship since most of them think they know much about Christianity.
In the interview, he said if you’re really a good Christian, you wouldn’t take the position of God to determine if someone is a devil or not.
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