It’s a known fact that Ghana is an extremely religious and spiritual country—with over 96% of the population saying they follow a religion or another.
But then, there’s a small percentage of others—who may be regarded by believers as ‘having lost touch with reality.’
Riding on the wave of curiosity, Pastor Azuike takes it upon himself to ask: what is it like being an atheist in Ghana?
That’s what the first episode of Season 4 of ‘What’s Up Africa’ serves. It has Ghana’s controversial musician-WanLov Da Kubolor making an interesting appearance.
What’s Up Africa’s satire series is a BBC and RNW Media co-production.
It’s broadcast on Wednesdays and Fridays on Focus on Africa on BBC World News & partner stations across Africa from 1730gmt.
Check out the video below