I Don’t Trust My Wife – Elder Mireku

Trust, if likened to a commodity, is scarce to come by.

Elder Peter Mireku, a Ghanaian gospel musician has revealed that he does not trust his own wife.

According to the musician, this is because we are humans and as such, very fallible.

He made this known in an interview on Ejura-based Naagyei FM where he stated that a friend in the gospel industry attempted to take his life.

“We’re in the end time and the devil is at work, if you are not careful someone can kill you, you may see the person as a Christian brother or sister but that person could be your worst enemy,” he said.

“As I speak to you, what I want to say is that don’t ever trust a human being no matter how close that person is to you. Even my wife with whom I sleep on the same bed with every day, I don’t trust her because human beings can be very wicked,” he added.

He also bemoaned how the music industry has now been reduced to players seeking for help from smaller gods.

“The music industry has become a struggle, several musicians have consulted other gods just to make them popular and have money in this fleeting world. If you joke someone will just kill or destroy you just to disgrace you,”he revealed.

He added that he has “gone through a lot, the one who wanted me dead is not a worldly person, does not worship idols, he is someone who’s thought to be a good Christian and was very close to me yet he plotted to kill me.”

Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com


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