04 May 2020

“I Will No Longer Sing Secular Music” – Irene Logan Declares

Singer and Songwriter, Irene Logan has revealed that she is no longer going to do secular music. The singer made this revelation when she appeared as a guest on Restoration with Stacy.

The former Stars of the future winner narrated how she arrived at this decision after she reluctantly attended a church service that had a Pastor visiting from the United Kingdom. According to the singer, she went to the service with the sole purpose of hearing from God on whether she should continue with her music. She narrated that in her eagerness to hear from God, she took a front seat hoping to catch the attention of the Pastor so that she could receive answers to her situation.

She continued that the Pastor finally called her while the service was almost closing and anointed her as a minister of God, advising her that if she seeks the protection of God she should be a minister instead of being a singer. The singer claims that this has led her to find true essence in Jesus Christ and Ministry.

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Irene Logan is a Ghanaian-based Liberian singer and songwriter. She gained popularity as a member of the music duo Irene and Jane, composed of herself and Efya (formerly known as Miss Jane). The duo competed in the maiden edition of the Stars of the Future talent show in 2006, where Logan emerged the winner. Logan started her solo career in 2009 with songs like “Runaway”, “Kabila”, “Na me dey there”, and many others. Irene Logan’s music is generally inspired by the diversity of Africa, witnessing different cultures of the beautiful continent.


source: ghanacelebrities

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