Hip-life rapper, Kwaw Kese popularly known as Abodam says he does not go to church because he does not want to contribute financially to the church.

According to him, offertories collected by pastors in church were a form of extortion.

Kwaw Kese was speaking in a radio interview on Accra-based Joy FM Monday afternoon, October 8.

He, however, said he loves to preach the word of God and that the word of God empowers him.

He said he also listens to a lot of preacher men, and added that he used to listen to Pastor Mensa Otabil a lot until recently that he was cited in the collapse of Capital Bank.

The one-time Ghana Music Award artist of the year was on the radio show to promote his new song called “Porkum.”

The Porkum song, he said, “is actually a bit of war and a bit of peace.”

According to Kwaw Kese, the porkum song, which literary refers to anybody who talks too much, will hit Shatta Wale and his Shatta Movement.

Source : graphic.com.gh

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