I don’t joke with my prayers; Life is spiritual – Kwaku Manu
Prayer, they say, is the key, and Kwaku Manu, a popular Kumawood actor and comedian, has made it a point to practise it.
In a recent interview with Zionfelix, the comedic actor revealed that he believes in the spirituality of life and, as a result, does not make light of his prayers.
“One thing is to take care of yourself; I am not a lazy person; I am very hardworking; I believe in the physical and the spiritual, and I do not play with my prayers because life is spiritual,” he explained.
According to Kwaku Manu, the industry in which he works carries a lot of responsibility, and in order to stay relevant, one must be hardworking and prayerful.
“The stardom space is such a responsibility and a huge asset, so you need to be very careful and prayerful,” he explained. “As you pray, work hard, and focus on other things, that is what makes you go far as a star, and that is what has made me who I am today.”
Prayer, according to the actor, is important and can help protect one from harm, both physically and spiritually.
“There are so many things that happen in the spiritual realms, and sometimes physical situations happen that we humans do not understand because we think we have done everything physically possible, but we do not know what happens in the spirit, which is why prayer is important.”
“When you are prayerful and continue to work hard, God will always replace anything that you have lost,” he continued, “which is why I am still relevant; there are people who I started with who have even been written off, but as I am talking to you, my popularity is rather rising.”