Ghanaian pastor Nicholas Osei popularly known as Prophet Kumchacha, has strongly criticized Prophet Kofi Oduro of Alabaster International Ministry for his views on listening to secular music.
In a video that has since gone viral, Kumchacha expressed his disapproval, stating that “enough of the foolishness” and that Oduro’s behavior was “fooling too much.” Kumchacha also lambasted Oduro’s preaching style and argued that some secular songs have a positive impact on the public, citing examples of gospel musicians who listen to such songs.
The issue of whether Christians should listen to secular music was ignited after gospel musician Moses OK argued that it was wrong for Christians to do so. During a discussion on UTV’s United Showbiz, members of the music group Daughters of Glorious Jesus expressed their love for some secular songs and acts.
However, Oduro saw everything wrong with the decision to listen to secular music, regardless of what the song is about. He stated that such acts go against the word of God and that opinions do not matter when it comes to the Bible’s standards.
In light of these opposing views, it is important to note that the debate on whether or not Christians should listen to secular music is ongoing and complex. While some argue that secular music can have a positive impact, others believe that it goes against Christian values and teachings. Ultimately, it is up to individuals to decide what they choose to listen to, and it is important to respect each other’s opinions and beliefs on the matter.