On any given day, you will find Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Kwami Eugene in the studio trying a few notes out or behind his laptop putting some lyrics together.
The star singer, however, caught Instagram followers by surprise when he was seen on the rainy streets not performing a music rendition but rather preaching the word of God as a stationary evangelist.
Kwami Eugene was seen somewhere in Accra with a placard having the inscription; “There is power in the name of Jesus”.
If you have not seen Kwami Eugene physically you would have bypassed the singer especially when he had an umbrella over his head.
The culture of stationary evangelism has caught up with Ghana’s Christian community especially. Hundreds of Christians on a daily basis, carry placards with words of Christian Salvation and encouragement inscribed on them.
This latest video by Kwami Eugene closely follows a controversy he sparked with colleague singer, Patapaa.
A video showing of the words and implication of comments made by Kuami Eugene about ‘One Corner’ singer, Patapaa has landed online after some comments made by the former caused a stir on social media.
In the video which was an excerpt from an exclusive interview on Accra-based GHOne TV, Kuami Eugene was heard clarifying that he received a call from Patapaa to suggest a feature for a song.
Kuami Eugene revealed however that he was not ready for the feature but did not necessarily quash the idea of a collaboration happening in the future.
Meanwhile, CEO of Slip Entertainment, Mark Okraku Mantey has warned Kwami Eugene against the way he addressed the One Corner singer, Patapaa.
“…if fame gets into the head of Eugene, I won’t be surprised. Fame is a strong force because he is 21 and he has a big problem. Lynxx Entertainment has a big problem and he has to learn how to manage fame at his age…,” he said.