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Renowned Music Producer Turned Prophet, Kaywa, Starts Pidgin Church Service

Renowned music producer and sound engineer, David Kojo Kyei, better known by the stage name, Kaywa, has announced his inaugural service in pidgin English. The non-denominational service will take place at Destiny Nation Church where he’s the spiritual leader.

The ‘Highly Spiritual’ record label boss said the program, which starts this Sunday, January 29, will “happen once a month” with different musicians as guests.

Destiny Nation church dey host @mrdrewofficial @princedavidosei @unbreakablejb1 (Joyce blessing)then @Ionareine for dema Pidgin service this Sunday gbeke everything go happen for pidgin inside .praise ,worship plus ministration chale ego be wild .Eno dey matter your background pass thru make we all enjoy God together. Time be 5:30pm sharp!

Speaking on the 3FM Drive in 2022, the preacher said many have challenged his association with secular artistes.

Jesus left his throne, and when he came down, there were many times he was not found in the synagogue. Most of the time, he was found with the sinners. If I’m a follower of Jesus. If I’m with the sinners, now they condemn me but remember, Jesus went through the same condemnation.

But you see, the purpose is transformation. It’s not just mingling. If you follow me, you will realize that anyone who talks about me, talks about transformation.

I seek to demystify the religious act of people so we can bring ourselves to a place where we understand that Jesus came to save all.

Kaywa is known to be the people’s guy. His work ethic is excellent, according to ‘Adom‘ hitmaker Diana Hamilton, implying that she enjoys working with him. She made this known during an interview on Accra-based Hitz FM where she said;

Kaywa and I go way back. God bless him abundantly. Kaywa’s work ethics is just top notch. He takes his work seriously. He always delivers. He understands how my team works. My team with him is like a square.

Diana Hamilton

His signature melody, “I no know what I go talk oo…Ka sɛ Kaywa,” has appeared on a number of hit songs. His catalogue of hit songs surpasses many popular producers in Ghana and Africa as a whole; talk of R2Bee’s Makoma, Bisa Kdei’s Mansa, Sarkodie’s Onyame Nhyira, and Lasmid’s Friday Night to mention a few.

Source – Tru News Report

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