The three prominent religions that are practiced by most Ghanaians are Christianity, Islam, and African Traditional Religion, and those in between, that is those who don’t align themselves to any faith- atheists.
Atheists don’t have any God or gods. You will be knocked off your feet that some of the celebs that you follow in Ghana are not religious themselves.
Blakk Rasta who is known for his radio shows and a crooner of a viral song that ushered in the visit of the former president of the United States of America, Barack Obama has publicized his lack of faith in any God. If he did he doesn’t anymore.
Wanluv the Kubolor
Wanluv has branded himself very well as a controversial person and likes to belong to the opposite side of most opinions. He is an open atheist and ironically is the son of a pastor. Wanluv the Kubolor’s father, Pastor James Owusu-Bonsu is the head of Awesome Grace Network (AGN). He has gone to the extent to openly mock God-given any chance he gets when the topic is raised.
In a past interview with Stacy Amoateng, Mzbel declared her stance as someone who doesn’t trust God. She idealized her position on God by making a point that the Egyptian god, Horus, is similar to Jesus in the Bible, so there is a lack of common sense to choose one.
Mzbel explained further that the whole Jesus and God story is ‘anansesem’- fairy tales made by the Whites to emphasize White Supremacy.