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Its Better To Be Illuminati Than A Christian – Deedew Defends NAM1

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Ghanaian fastest rising artiste Agyen Justice, known in the showbiz as MR J DEEDEW claims joining Illuminati is far better than going to church.

According to him, if what he is hearing and reading on social media about the boss of Zylofon media Nana Appiah Mensah happens to be true, then there will be no doubt of joining the secret cult has more advantages than going to church.

Speaking exclusively to this portal thepublisheronline.com, He asserted that most of the presumed or alleged illuminati members seem to enjoy life than those who claim to be believers and for that matter, most of the big companies are owned by them.

“ The illuminate members are indeed impacting greatly on the lives of people, creating jobs, boosting the entertainment industry and doing more through donations to help our societies. When you look otherwise a lot of people queue up in churches but ask yourself how many churches have created jobs for the youth?, Pastors take offering from their poor congregations every Sunday to enrich themselves” he said.

He added that “most of the universities owned by these churches charge huge amount of school fees depriving a lot of poor youths to obtain their tertiary education there. ”
He continued to argue that Ghanaians should mind their business and leave Nana Appiah Mensah alone for him to enjoy life and help the youths through the creative industry.

“ Nana Appiah Mensah is extremely helping the creative art industry, even if he is an illuminate member and for the fact that he is helping the industry and the youth so Ghanaians should leave him alone for him to continue his good works ”, he added.

Mr J DeeDew is a promising Ghanaian music star who emerged to the limelight in 2015 with series of hit tracks. A signee under the PM Production has proven to be one of the great artiste of our time.

He is currently promoting his new single P33 ATTENTION with video.

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