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If someone has told highlife artiste Kwabena Kwakye Kabobo popularly known as K.K Kabobo that he will become a Reverend Minister when he was making waves with songs like Nyatse Nyatse Girl, Running Away and Onyame Ebuwo in the 90’s, he wouldn’t have believed it.
The singer was ordained a Reverend Minister on Saturday, April 14 by Covenant Mission Bible College at Achimota where he had a three months intensive Bible study course.
Talking to Showbiz on how it all came about, the 52 year-old man and a father of nine said “there was a time I almost gave up in life, but pastors, prophets and apostles came to me saying God wants to use me to bless people so I shouldn’t disappoint God.”
According to him, although he never dreamt of it, there were times when he preached at different churches and miracles took place. “I was invited to different churches to preach and after preaching, a lot of miracles happened, I was amazed myself, from there, I knew God had something for me”, he explained.
Rev. K.K Kabobo takes exception to the fact that there are a lot of upcoming pastors who rob people of their wealth. He advises them to takes steps to have a fair knowledge of the industry before venturing into it.
“The pastors themselves who are coming into the profession should know the impartiality, the boundaries and other things before they make a mess of themselves,” he opined.
Rev. K.K Kabobo believes that with the training he acquired from Covenant Mission Bible College, he will change many lives through Christ who strengthens him.
Asked whether he would continue playing highlife, K.K Kabobo says he can never go back since playing secular highlife will mean going back to the world and as such his work would not even permit him to do so.
Talking about his music, Rev. K.K Kabobo noted he has a fully loaded album featuring gospel artistes like Amy Newman, Mary Ghansah among others, which will be released by June. “I have decided to do reggae gospel so that people can dance to it, most gospel songs are slow but with my gospel, I believe everybody will dance to it" he added.