‘Ohene Yesu’ hitmaker and veteran gospel musician, Kwaku Gyasi has fumed at those who normally make a mockery of Ghanaians living abroad whose job obligation is to wash cooking utensils and other petty works as a source of income.
Most at times, a lot of Ghanaians struggle to find any means possible to travel abroad in order to get greener pastures but end up doing menial jobs that do not reflect their standard of education and qualification.
However, Kwaku Gyasi who has been absent from the music scene for some time now due to his travel to Canada has revealed that so far as washing cooking utensils abroad helps some people to make a living that’s fine with him.
Talking in an exclusive chit chat with Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central in Cape Coast monitored by Ghcelebritiesinfo.online, Kwaku Gyasi said whilst staying in Canada he was being paid by the church for his services and didn’t wash cooking utensils as some people always presume.
He fumed “I want every Ghanaian to understand that if someone has gotten the opportunity to travel abroad and even if things have become difficult to the extent that the person makes a living out of washing cooking utensils, so far as the person doesn’t steal I feel that is much better.
“Because the Bible says that the hands that don’t work shouldn’t eat. We should have a positive mindset and stop making mockery of those abroad who do petty jobs to survive. However, when I was in Canada I got the opportunity to further my education and because I’m gifted with the ability to play musical instruments, God didn’t make me do any difficult jobs.
“The church that I belong to by the grace of God employed me full time and was paying me as a music director to direct the church choir. At the same time, I took over the music aspects in the church so I wasn’t involved in any menial jobs.
“Also in abroad if you don’t do some jobs to help the country, you might not be entitled to certain benefits and documents when the time is due. In all these God kept me active and I was feeding on my God given talent as a gospel musician”.