Former Hiplife artiste Isaac Okai, popularly known as Yaw Siki, has recalled how his followers on social media dropped as soon as he converted into Christianity.
This, according to Yaw Siki, has been a big worry to him since he had wanted his repentance to reflect on them.
â€œGod has saved me from the pit of death and I had wanted to reach out to my numerous followers on social media with the word of God, but it turned otherwise, however the few that remained and believed in my calling have been affected positivelyâ€.
â€œThis has not hindered me to preach the true word of God but has rather empowered me to push hard in fulfilling my calling,â€ he said, stating that he has been going to lorry stations, in commercial cars â€˜trotroâ€™ and other places with the word of God.
Yaw Siki giving his life testimony on Testimony Hour Show on Onua FM regretted his past lifestyle and admonished the youth especially those struggling to do secular music to shelve the idea.Yaw Siki, whose song Wope Dodo made him a household name in 2011, made the switch from secular to Gospel music in appreciation to God for the second chance offered him when he was involved in a near fatal accident on the Tema Motorway in 2013. He sustained severe injuries and there were fears he wouldnâ€™t make it.
Siki after surviving a gory accident in 2013 on the Accra-Tema motorway got converted and had since switched from singing secular songs to Gospel.
The artiste who is known in real life as Isaac Okai, says he has always drawn inspiration from the likes of Lord Kenya, Papa Shee and Gemann who have walked his path before but are still going strong in the Lord.
By Maxwell Otoo Onua | FM|3news.com