Christmas not meant for promiscuity; Coby Seed tells Christian Youths


Ghanaian versatile Gospel art Coby Seed has made a profound statement pertaining to the long awaited Xmas which is just around the corner as he says ”Christmas is not meant for promiscuity as perceived by the youth of this dispensation’ He hinted’.

Coby Seed made this insightful revelation in an exclusive interview with amanieonline reporter Seth Nana Poku as he was asked to reveal some of his personal plans for the upcoming Christmas and whether the youth have a major role to play in the long awaited memorable occasion which is yet to come.

The multi-talented Gospel art and COBYSEED Fan-base boss Coby Seed revealed that, obviously in every joyful occasions there are a lot that goes on but particularly,Christmas being a religious ceremony is meant for religious minded people and not for carnal minded individuals who thinks of their selfish agendas.

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According to ‘Finally Finally’ hit-maker, his personal plans for the yet to be celebrated Christmas are very much obvious because as a Gospel song writer and singer, he is looking forward to impacting numerous lives from all walks of life with his hyperactive and energetic performance as he sings to his inspiring, encouraging and spirited songs and further conjoined with a profound statement stating that, come what may Godliness must prevail on that faithful day.

The yet to be released ‘Christian Anthem’ song composer and singer Coby Seed in his expository however hinted that Christmas is not meant for promiscuity because life is full choices and therefore as a Christian youth, you have major role to play to the society and the church and further added that Christians are the light of the world and must therefore show themselves as such.

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ultimately, Coby Seed remedied the situation by addressing the importance of celebrating Christmas which from his perceptive has nothing to do with promiscuity or sex and other immoral activities which are perceived by the current crop of Christian youths in our societies and churches. He conclusively hinted that ”Christmas is a time of giving and the youth should and must always keep in mind to give their all to Christ as Christ gave his all to the entire world”. He opined.