Prophet Uebert Angel of Zimbabwe recently expressed his concerns over the prominent Nigerian singer Tekno’s smash song “Pana” in another absurd reference to “evil.” This massive song, released in 2016, was one of Tekno’s most prominent tracks and was created by Krizbeatz, one of Nigeria’s best and most challenging producers.
In a sermon about the perils of singing along to the song, the pastor specifically targeted the lyric, “You say you like cassava. I have big cassava,” because people who sing along even if they don’t understand the meaning of the words of such songs, could be put at risk.
Angel believes that even if listeners cannot comprehend what they are singing, evil can corrupt their spirits. The line “I have big cassava” refers to something else. The pastor is concerned that individuals who sang along to the song inadvertently exposed themselves to an evil influence. Prophet Angel believes the hidden meaning could lead them into a dangerous spiritual world even if listeners don’t fully understand it.
Tekno’s “Pana” has remained a fan favorite since its release and has continued to be played at functions and events. The track topped the charts in its time and could be counted among the top 5 all-time tracks by the talented musician and producer Tekno.