I stopped listening to Pastor Mensa Otabil because of the brouhaha surrounding his dealings – Kwaw Kese discloses

Kwaw Kese, Mensah Otabil
Kwaw Kese

Emmanuel Botway, known by his stage name Kwaw Kese, also popularly called Abodam has come out to say that, he does not believe in Ghanaian pastors especially Pastor Mensah Otabil. Kwaw noted that, after the collapse story of Mensah Otabil’s Capital Bank, he finds it difficult to listen to the man of God.

Speaking on Lex Bills show earlier today on Joy Fm, Kwaw Kese disclosed that, he doesn’t attend church so he saves tithe and uses them to feed the needy.

“I stopped listening to Pastor Mensa Otabil because of the brouhaha surrounding his dealings. When I see the pastors driving and living big lifestyles meanwhile their members suffer, it makes me not to attend church. I will rather go to Pantang or Nsawam to give my tithe to them than to give it to Pastors. I’m not against the word of God just that, I don’t attend church” Kwaw Kese stated

Over the month, Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese is getting interesting as the Mad Time Entertainment man is out with a new one which is a diss to Shatta Wale. Shatta Wale also sparked another flame with a comment he made about Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese in an interview DJ Reuben on Luv FM.

Rapper Kwaw Kese has, in a tweet, advised Shatta Wale to be “real” in the Ghanaian music space. According to the Swedru-based rapper, Shatta Wale is always preaching about unity but never a man of his words.

Kwaw Kese has therefore advised the ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker to practice what he preaches and shun the lukewarm lifestyle.

Younger brother of CEO of Mad Time Records(Kwaw Kese), Buda has called on his big bro to step aside and bring his career to a halt for him to shine.

Kwaw Kese’s brother who is in the person of Buda, after gaining exposure at the 2013 Vodafone Icons – Street edition has not been able to release any hit song after the contest.

Kwaw Kese was born in Agona Swedru in the Central Region of Ghana. He is an alumnus of Happy Home Junior Secondary School and Winneba Secondary School. In December 2014, Kwaw Kese was arrested by the Ghana Police Service in Kumasi for smoking cannabis in public, which he didn’t deny. He has since been put to court and tried.

On 23 April 2015, he was sentenced to one day in jail after being found guilty of smoking cannabis and made to pay gh¢1200 as fine.

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