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Drug addiction is beyond peer pressure, there are spiritual forces behind it – Kesse

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In a world grappling with the complexities of drug addiction, the discourse often revolves around the role of peer pressure, genetics, and socio-economic factors. However, Ghanaian gospel musician, Mike Kesse brings a unique perspective to the table by highlighting the spiritual dimensions of this pervasive issue.

 

According to him, drug addiction transcends mere societal influences; it is intertwined with spiritual forces.

The crooner, while recounting how God healed him of alcohol abuse and other worldly lifestyles, stated that because drug addiction can be traced to spiritual forces, the God-factor is needed in healing people in such situations.

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His assertion sheds light on a deeper layer of understanding, suggesting that addiction is not merely a physical or psychological phenomenon but also a spiritual battle. As such, Kesse encouraged musicians battling drug addiction to seek the God-factor for their healing.

The ‘Oh Yes’ hitmaker made this statement while analysing JoyNews’ hotline documentary titled ‘Creative Addictions’ by entertainment journalist Kwame Dadzie.

“Sometimes it is way beyond what we feel like peer pressure. We should also think about the spiritual aspect too. There is a spiritual side to it. It is like family inheritance. It is deeper than what we sometimes think. You can go back to your family history and you would notice that something that your father used to do, you also do the same, something that your mother is doing, you do too.

”If it is not alcohol, maybe womanising. You are doing it. It is a generational bomb,” he said.

The singer further made known that  drugs have  unimaginable effects on its users.

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“It will really affect you emotionally and financially. Emotionally because sometimes because of anxiety, when you stand on stage you feel like you are shy when you see the crowd so you need something to shade you to take the shyness away. But at the end of the day, you would say something that you will regret later,” he added.

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