In a typical Ghanaian community where most children will grow up dreaming of becoming Bankers, Medical Doctors, Lawyers etc, renowned Ghanaian Gospel musician Reverend Nii Okai has a different story to tell as he left the banking hall for God’s Ministry for reasons he recently shared with the world.
The “Mokobe” hitmaker who joined NY DJ on Kapital Radio’s Homestretch Bumper to Bumper disclosed he had to abandon his work as a banker in 2010 for full-time ministry although he was doing very well combining both; a situation many would not take lightly. However, he believed God needed more of his time.
Speaking on how life has treated him since then , he stated that life has been revealing as he has experienced God in so many ways unlike many though when he made the decision to do full-time Ministry.
“The more you allow Him, the more He opens your eye to His plans for you. It’s been a very rewarding experiencing, its been strenuous, its been challenging but its been fulfilling.”
Nii Okai is currently in Kumasi where he is finalizing preparations for his upcoming “Saving Hearts Tour” as part of celebrating ten years since the release of “Mokobe”.
Proceeds from the event which is scheduled for the of 28th of September 2014 at the Grace Baptist Church in Kumasi will be used in funding cost of heart surgeries for selected children authenticated by the Ghana Heart Foundation.
Ni Okai has four albums to his credit and recently released a new single titled “Coming Back Again” featuring Danny Nettey.