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DJs who refuse to play my gospel songs are spiritually blind – Lord Kenya



I’m no more interested in royalties from my albums – Lord Kenya

Former Ghanaian rapper cum Evangelist, Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo, known popularly as Lord Kenya has aimed some shots at DJs in the country who don’t play his music anymore since he made his transition from the ‘world’ to the ‘light.’

It has been nine years since Lord Kenya made that bold decision to quit secular music and go into ministry and had a mini party to celebrate this recently.

Speaking to Graphic Showbiz about his ninth anniversary in Christ, Lord Kenya said: “It was a week-long celebration and it was awesome, from head to toe, we had an awesome time with God.

“Before I came from the US, I was told it was raining every day but from Sunday to Sunday, there was no rain. People came from all over the country and it was simply awesome. There was evangelism, youth day, word explosion, all night and the climax was on Sunday, November 3 where we had communion and powerful thanksgiving service,” he said.

He expressed his frustrations at DJs don’t play the few gospel songs he has released as a born again Christian.

“Physically, I am human and I ask myself questions like why DJs don’t play my songs now that I am a Christian? They may be spiritually blind but the one who called me will see me through,” Lord Kenya stated.

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