Former Hiplife star, Yaw Siki, was spotted preaching in a commercial bus this morning.
After surviving a gory accident in 2013, former hiplife artiste Isaac Okai known as Yaw Siki, now lives on preaching the gospel.
The incident, which happened on the Accra-Tema Motorway did not just leave the artiste bedridden for months, it also renewed his faith in God.
Yaw Siki, who had his debut hiplife song ‘Wope Dodo’ in 2011, switched from secular music to gospel in appreciation of God’s favour for him and the second chance offered him.
So I met Yaw Siki of “wope dodo” in the trotro today. Man of God now. Good at it too. Let God use you too beloved… pic.twitter.com/0lI6rhMMfl
— Snu Snu (@icet88) June 30, 2017
“One inch away from death God gave me a second chance. They said there’s this thing called hallow vest, that vest was screwed to my forehead, actually touching my scalp and I had to lay on my back for three months,” he recounted.
Yaw Siki added that, “I couldn’t take my bath for three months, they had to do dry cleaning for three months, it wasn’t a pleasant experience and so if today if I am here, it’s by His grace, I am saved by grace, I have been given a second chance, forgiven and healed.”
Since giving his life to Christ, he has released tracks like ‘Thank You’, ‘Ohene’ and ‘Medi Wekyi’.
Unfortunately, these songs were not given same attention like the secular ones.