Mzbel, a Ghanaian media personality and businesswoman, recently shared insights into her son’s beliefs regarding religion. In an interview, she revealed that her son does not subscribe to any deity but instead regards her as his source of guidance and support.
According to Mzbel, her son does not pray to any traditional god or deity; rather, he sees her as his primary source of assistance and guidance. When he needs something, he approaches her directly for help, rather than turning to the heavens in prayer.
While Mzbel herself does not adhere to traditional religious beliefs, she mentioned that she occasionally visits her late mother’s altar to make requests, finding solace in this practice.
The revelation about Mzbel’s son’s beliefs comes amid discussions about religion and spirituality in Ghana, where Christianity and Islam are predominant. Mzbel’s family holds onto traditional and ancestral worship practices, challenging conventional religious norms.
Mzbel’s son’s unconventional views on religion have sparked controversy, particularly among more conservative Ghanaians. Some parents of his schoolmates have reportedly taken steps to distance their children from him due to his differing beliefs.