According to very close sources, the “Wash and wear” hit maker has now turned a new leaf and dedicated his whole life to worshiping and spreading the word of God. Peacefmonline.com is in possession of exclusive pictures showing Akoo Nana preaching in a commercial bus and sources say he has been seen by different people at several places including market places, churches and places preaching the word of God.
A source who witnessed his repentance over the weekend at the House of Life Chapel in Nungua said Akoo Nana went through serious deliverance session by Pastor Stephen Essel of House of Life Chapel and since then his life has changed. “Akoo Nana is now living a completely opposite life from the Akoo Nana we know”, the source said.
Peacefmonline.com’s investigations has also revealed that Akoo Nana has been posing pictures on social media in the past few day projecting his new way of life instead promoting his music and pictures of the musician on his knees receiving prayers from the of God which already in the media points to the fact the Akoo Nana is now a committed born again Christian. As to whether he would go the ‘Ofori Amponsah way’ or the ‘Lord Kenya way’ only time will tell.
It is not too clear if the Hiplife artiste is going to stop doing music completely and concentrate full time on evangelism or he would rather do gospel and stop doing Hiplife music.
The musician posted some photographs on his Instagram page recently.
In one of the posts said “Yesterday was a big day for me. A new day and a new beginning. Found Christ and I am going to be his servant and do his work” and in another post he said “I am a new creation in the Lord now. To God be the Glory. Thank you Jesus”.
All attempts by Peacefmonline.com to reach Akoo Nana proven futile.
The last time Akoo Nana was in the news was when went on stage with female dancers showing their breast at the Tigo unplugged event which took place at Accra Sports Stadium. He was last seen in public on the red carpet at the 2015 4Syte TV Music Video Awards held at Accra International Conference Centre on November 14.