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One Joe takes on Fake Prophets with his latest single, 'Nsawa Bode3' Featured

Written by  Mar 03, 2016
Fast rising Highlife artiste 1 Joe originally called Joshua Boateng, has taken on fake prophets with his latest single 'Nsawa Bode3'. The song produced by Robby Beatz is beautifully arranged with very good lyrics, with a very soothing melody and harmony. One Joe through his song lambasted fake prophets who are currently milking church members of their hard earned money under the pretext of giving them direction to transform their lives. According to him, some prophets are trading Christ for cash instead of preaching the gospel of salvation. 'Nsawa Bode3' which literally means funeral donation which is normally given to a bereaved family was incorporated through the song to question why some men of God demand money from members before praying for them all in the name of Christ who died and resurrected many years ago. He indicated, Christ when he came to this world did not take money from people, he prayed or performed miracles for. One Joe cautioned prophets to be cautious and desist from swindling members all in the name of Christ before the wrath of God comes upon them. He stressed God looks within the heart of men hence every christian and prophets alike should eschew all forms of evil since judgement awaits everyone. In an interview with rainbowradioonline.com, Joshua Boateng as he is originally called said, his motivation in doing this song was to create awareness and advocate for the so-called men God deceiving people and taking money from them to stop. One Joe has featured on Guru's hit track 'Lapaz Toyota' and 'Karioki' among other hit tracks. 'Nsawa Bode3' is his third single as he has already released two hit singles 'Dongor' and 'Metsewadie' which featured Nhyiraba Kwadwo. He is currently working on his album which will be released soon.  
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