Obour goes into ministry, preaches on faith
God calleth out to every man and woman. Some hear, others do not. Some hear and refuse to answer the call, others hear and obey. Obour, MUSIGA boss, belongs to the last group. He’s an active man of God.
For most people one job is hard enough to handle but for the MUSIGA boss, Obour one job is not enough to wear him down. Aside heading MUSIGA, he also finds time to do the Lord’s work. Nobody is ever just one thing. There’s much more to everybody than meets the eye. For most people time constraints and fatigue stop them from pushing themselves to their limit. Obour though makes it look easy irrespective of both those factors.Checkout: St Louis: Another SXTAPE scandal, Ayisha takes centre stage
The MUSIGA boss recently revealed in an interview with Graphic Showbiz indicated that, apart from his administrative duties for the musicians union, he was also close to God hence his appointment as Deacon at the Redemption Power Ministries in Sakaman, Accra.
“I feel very humbled by the appointment and see it as an opportunity to continue doing the Kingdom business while working on my own salvation with fear and trembling. The more a man grows, the more friends, the more enemies he makes so taking up more responsibilities in church is my way of drawing closer to God,” he said.Also checkout: Muntari states desire to retire at Kotoko or Hearts of Oak
Multitasking is a thing we ought to embrace, lucky for us Obour is showing us the way.