Gospel singer and record producer Nacee has provided an explanation for having a condom company as a sponsor for his maiden concert, Kavod.
According to him, women who are allergic to certain contraceptive pills might prefer condoms as a viable option to prevent pregnancy.
In an interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, Nacee emphasized the importance of promoting condom use during sex, particularly among couples, and highlighted that Total Family Health Organisation (TFHO), the producer of Ebony Condoms, is sponsoring his concert for this reason.
“Females are very sensitive beings. God created you guys differently, and your hormonal balance is kind of totally different. Most of you are not okay with those contraceptive pills when you take them. Most women don’t like it. Some complain that when they take it, they begin to gain weight, and some of them also have reactions after taking it. Married people sometimes want to stay away from pregnancy. So, even if you’re married and you have reactions after taking contraceptives, the only thing that you can use to prevent the pregnancy that you’re not ready for is a condom,” he said.
Nacee emphasized that having a sponsor like the condom company at his event helps promote the company’s products and generate profit, enabling employees and employers to contribute through tithes in church.
He acknowledged the importance of promoting the Kingdom of God while highlighting that financial resources are crucial to advancing the agenda.
According to Nacee, regardless of one’s business activities, God accepts their tithes.
“At the end of the day, we need money to push the kingdom. We buy Bibles,” he said.
Asked whether condoms will be shared at the event grounds, he replied, “I’m sure the company will provide some giveaways.”
The Kavod Concert 2023 marks the inaugural event by Nacee Music, celebrating his journey in gospel music over the years. The choice of the name “Kavod” was significant, as it reflects the attribute of God that they wanted to emphasize during the event.
Kavod, meaning ‘The terrifying glory of God,’ was selected after careful deliberations. The concert, scheduled for November 26 at the National Theatre, is a blend of music and drama.
It features comedians such as Clemento Suarez, Fuasta Romanus, and other gospel musicians, creating an entertaining and spiritually uplifting experience.