Gospel singer Nacee to share condoms at his concert
Renowned Ghanaian gospel singer, Nacee has revealed that condoms will be shared at his upcoming Kavod concert scheduled for the National Theatre on Sunday, November 26.
The upcoming concert has Total Family Health Organisation, producer of Ebony Condoms as a sponsor and probably not out of place to promote their products at a sponsored event.
Perhaps, the question that will linger on the minds of people will be how right it is for condoms to be shared at a gospel artiste.
Hear Nacee’s explanation when he spoke with Joy Prime’s Roselyn Felli earlier today.
“Having such a sponsor at the event helps promote the company’s products to make profit so that employees and employers can pay their tithes in church.
“Also, although it is vital to promote the Kingdom of God, money is one of the major requirements to help push the agenda, and so, no matter the business one is engaged in, God accepts their tithes.
“At the end of the day, we need money to push the kingdom. We buy Bibles," he said.
The Kavod Concert 2023 is the maiden event to be staged by Nacee Music since he started gospel music many years ago.
Explaining the meaning of Kavod and why the choice of name was important, he said his team wanted a name that best suits the attribute of God, and after several deliberations, the name Kavod, which means ‘The terrifying glory of God’ was selected.
The concert scheduled for November 26 at the National Theatre is a mixture of music and drama. It features comedians Clemento Suarez, Foster Romanus, and other comedians, including some gospel musicians.