Africa will be truly free if its leaders embrace the gospel-Gospel musician

mcAbrahamGhanaian gospel musician,  and pastor; McAbraham is worried about the inability of African leaders to ensure economic stability with the resources they control.

He believes the “independence” of many African nations is just “cosmetic”.

Speaking on Royal fm’s church bell with Kwabena Nsiah Asomaning popularly known as DJ SIX, he blamed the inability of Africans to control their affairs on their ignorance of the word of God which proclaims Jesus as the rare source of freedom.

The musician expressed worry why most Africans claim to be Christians but have various idols in their homes as alternatives to ensure absolute freedom.

He entreated African leaders to lead their countries with the fear of God to experience absolute freedom from colonization.

Rev Mc Abraham wondered why Africans have all the needed resources for development but always go in for the help of the Americans who have rejected the counsel of God.

He was speaking on his album track ‘‘freedom’’.

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  1. Dear Rev, The reason Africans have all the resources but always need foreign help is in your Bible. Don’t you read your Bible Rev?. It is the same reason that caused black slavery.

    Well Rev start reading what you may call the “Old Testament” and you will find the answer.

    If you want the detail of why Africans are always poor and needy and never get to benefit from the abundant resources of Africa then read the entirety of Deuteronomy 28.

    Rev you guys are the special chosen people of God but you are cursed because you do not follow the commands of God. Go on Rev I dare you to read all of Deuteronomy 28 and then start to learn from the best part of the Bible, the wrongly and disgracefully called, “Old Testament”.

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