Appietus Replies Zapp Mallet

Nana Appiah Dankwah, popularly known as Appietus, the well-known Ghanaian sound engineer and music producer, has compared instrumentalists in various churches to the Devil himself, who used to sing praises to God in Heaven.

In an interview on TV XYZ’s show “The Legends,” Appietus remarked, “The Devil was able to put cords together, seven in one voice, and let God come from the dome of domes.”

Appietus gave this statement when asked why instrumentalists do not pay attention to sermons in church.

“What was the work of the devil in heaven?” Appietus responded when asked why most instrumentalists do that. It sounded like music. He was able to join seven cords into one voice and summon God from the dome of domes. The Angels were powerless to prevent God’s arrival, but Lucifer was able to do so. He had a bloated head at the time. As a result, we, the instrumentalists, summon the Holy Spirit to come down. ” In his interview, he stated

According to him, their function in the church is so vital and exciting that while they are preaching or singing, no one gets bored.

“Occasionally, individuals become bored and fall asleep in church when the pastor is preaching. People, on the other hand, find it impossible to sleep in church while instrumentalists continue to praise and worship, “he underscored.

Source: Dklassgh.com

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