Gospel musician Brother Sammy thinks it’s about time gospel artistes in the country take the genre to nightclubs
The controversial singer believes club goers need to hear the salvation messages their song carries more than the church audience.
Speaking in an interview on Kessben FM, the “Nipa Hunu” singer, urged his fellow gospel musicians to start performing in clubs shows, funerals, and other unusual venues to help promote their works and win souls for Christ.
According to him, those in the church have been told severally about the good news hence his colleague gospel artistes should focus less on them comparably to the lost souls in night clubs.
He further described contemporary Christians as hypocrites for their unwillingness to mingle themselves with those they perceive as sinners.
To back his claims, he cited the Bible as contained in Mark 16:15 which reads, “And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature”