A fast rising gospel musician, Sir Solomon has appealed to the government to ban nudity on social media to prevent the generation from turning away from their culture and God.
This, he said would help individuals to live within the dictates of the society, stressing that it would also evoke the blessings of God upon the people.
According to the gospel gem, social media has a bigger population than the population of the country, hence the need for musicians and celebrities to be circumspect on the kind of images they portray to the world.
He regretted that most singers, especially females, project themselves in an unholy manner just to get gigs and likes on various platforms.
Speaking with Times Weekend in Accra on Wednesday, Sir Solomon bemoaned that the act carries spiritual implications that could bring the nation to its knees in terms of development and stressed the need for the trend to change.
He charged the government to act fast to stop the indecent exposure from trending, saying, “the act has a tendency to destroy the nation the good people of the country are building.”
The singer indicated that the country has a valuable culture that has to be preserved, adding that collective effort is needed to ensure the entertainment industry and social media become platforms of decency.
Known in Private life as Solomon Bismark Arthur, he is the head pastor of Living Fire Chapel International, Madina branch. He released his debut single dubbed ‘Lift Him high’ in February this year.
The song, he stated, is a praise song that reminds people to praise God at all times irrespective of their situation.
In addition, the young talented singer said, he featured Selina Boateng on the track and he explained that he has been in the industry for over 12 years as a rapper of secular songs till God touched him to start preaching His word through songs.
He urged Ghanaians to patronise his art which is on the various online media platforms including Youtube, Gh exclusive, Ghana Motion, Big X Gh and Ghana Page for life changing experience.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE