It has now become a common practice of some church were they perform some secular music in church mostly during their praises time.
For some time now, churches have taken upon themselves to blend the secular and Gospel songs stating that the people who jam to the worldly song are the same people in church worshipping God.
Some few weeks ago, Stonebwoy’s Kpoo K3k3 song was played in church and it attracted a lot of backlash from some people who disclosed that it was improper for the song to be played even though the Church came out to clarify why the song was played.
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Well, AMG rapper Medikal’s “Omo Ada” has become the latest secular song to find its way into the church.
In a video which is fast going viral, some members of a yet-to-be-identified church were seen busily jamming and shouting “Omo Ada” whiles a beat was been played.
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Church goes gaga as Medikal’s “Omo Ada” is played during service 😳
Now that a survey conducted indicated that the Ghanaian youth are more religious than the elderly we are tempted to say that because secular songs are played in Churches that is why the youth have now become religious.
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