Rev Eddy Eyison, a gospel artiste, compose and producer, has called on other gospel artistes in the country to join in the fight against corruption and other social ills by using their songs and stage performances to crusade against those ills.
He hinted that Ghanaian gospel artistes should also be at the forefront in the fight against corruption and other social vices in the country.
Rev Eyison bemoaned the increasing social vices among the youth and reiterated that they are worrying.
He regretted that in spite of the proliferation of churches, such vices are on the ascendancy.
Rev Eyison, therefore, urged gospel artistes and churches to intensify their evangelism to curb such practices.
Touching on his latest 12-track album titled ‘Great Mercy’, Rev Eyison disclosed that his album when will offer great inspiration to all Christians.
The gospel artiste added that all the songs on the album carry very touching messages which focus on changing the attitudes and lifestyles of Christians and strengthening men of God to be bold in sharing the Gospel with others.
He expressed his gratitude to all who have supported his music career and made him who he is today.