In a Religion class in University of Ghana, Kofi Kinaata’s ‘Things Fall Apart’ song and it’s content were taught by a Lecturer.
This is the second time Kofi Kinaata’s song has found it’s way into the lecture room. The first was ‘Confession’ which was taught by a Lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
‘Things fall Apart’ by kofi Kinaata talks about the double face lives of religious people in contemporary times. In the song, Kofi Kinaata asks scads of questions and ends with ‘Is this true Christianity?’ Not only has the song received massive applause from good music lovers, it has been tagged as the most profound song in recent times.
Below is the Lecturer who taught ‘Things fall apart’ in class;
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