The Ghanaian female singer who is popularly known as Sister Derby said in a recent interview that she couldn't pass her Wassce Examination because she spent most of her time going to church Instead of reading her books.
She further talked about how she has lost faith in religion as a whole and she believes religion was created to control the minds of people.
She also admitted that she has stopped going to church because in her view it is just a waste of time.
Sister Derby is known by many as a controversial person following her comments on LGBTQ+ society .
Her recent comments about religion and how it played part in her failure in the Wassce Examination has only added more fuel to her controversial tag by some netizens.
Many disagreed with her about the comments because there are many instances where students who go to church still pass their final Exams.
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