Pay Attention To Your Work; Going To Church Always Won’t Make You Rich – Kofi Kinaata
Church is obviously not a thing for everyone, and Martin King Arthur, who goes by the moniker Kofi Kinaata, has asked young Ghanaians to pay much attention to their jobs and work efficiently towards their success rather than spend all their time in church.
Speaking with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central, monitored by Gossips24.com, Kofi Kinaata intimated that his new song “Never Again” which features Shatta Wale is to advise people not to spend all their time in church and over do certain things.
According to him, a lot of Ghanaians have been misinterpreting the scriptures and think that once they go to church everything will go in their favour but that’s not how things work.
The former High-grade Family signed artist said “You can’t be in church from Monday to Sunday. God said he will bless your handiwork. That means He only will bless you when you are doing something. Going to church too much is not good, you go to church small and you work small. You worship on Sunday and maybe Tuesday meeting but from Monday to Sunday is some way,”
He, however, advised against spending money extravagantly and unnecessary partying and indicated that In order to be rich one must over do or spend more time on less important things.
Kofi Kinaata also known as Fante Rap God is a Ghanaian musician and songwriter from Takoradi.
He is noted for his lyrical dexterity in terms of unique rhyme schemes and humorous Fante rap style with a touch of traditional African proverbs in his local language to entertain and educate morally.