Okyeame Kwame has recently shared his unique perspective on religious affiliation, expressing that he finds inspiration and faith in various religions rather than subscribing to just one.
Speaking on Joy Prime, he revealed that he does not adhere to one specific religion but identifies as an omnist, drawing inspiration and faith from various religious beliefs.
“I was born as a Christian in the Methodist Church and then I grew up in the Christian faith until I was maybe 14 years.
Most of my values are Christian. My father was a Catholic. My mother went to the Methodist Church so I grew up doing catechism and all that. I went to an Anglican school so most of my socialisation has been very Christian. But in my adult life, I don’t think I can call myself a Christian in the full sense. I call myself an omnist,” he said.
An Omnist is one that believes in all religions.
The ‘Rap Doctor’ said he finds spiritual guidance in different religious traditions depending on the aspect he resonates with. For example, when it comes to appreciating nature, respecting trees and rivers, he looks to African traditions.