There would’ve been a higher death rate in Ghana without gospel music – Nacee

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Nacee

Sound engineer cum gospel musician, Nacee is of the view that if not gospel, death rate worldwide would have been higher than it’s recorded now.

In a virtual conversation on Happy FM’s social and religious programme ‘Nsem Pii’, Nacee posited that there would have been lots of suicides not only in Ghana but gospel music has helped to hold people down as well as control suicides and petty fights.

“Gospel music is just like a pastor preaching to you at church. Gospel musicians get inspiration from these preachings or from the Bible or someone’s story so if they record that in a song and it is played on this platform, for instance, your audience will hear it and if one of them is suicidal, he could change his mind”, he said.

He mentioned, in accordance to this that a gospel musician’s stand is even more delicate because they need more support to spread the gospel to larger audiences so as to save more lives and encourage peace through their music.

Nacee furthered, “Gospel music has helped people to realize that there is God and that we must believe in Him. Gospel music has helped to bring families together, settle people’s differences and it has helped people in their religious life and with their connection to God”.

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