Fast-Rising Singer Khaid Shares His Journey from Islam to Christianity

The Singer’s Faith Revelation

Sulaimon Shekoni Solomon, widely recognized as Khaid, has recently shed light on his profound conversion from Islam to Christianity.

This fast-rising Nigerian singer shared insights into his personal faith journey during a recent interview.

An Interfaith Background

Khaid’s unique background consists of a Muslim father and a Christian mother.

Growing up with this interfaith heritage, he felt a deeper connection to Christianity despite being born into a Muslim family.

Navigating Childhood Expectations

The singer, who is set to turn 19 years old in December, recounted his early experiences attending the mosque.

At a tender age, his father insisted that he attend the mosque, a decision driven by his own Muslim faith and the potential judgment of their neighborhood.

Parental Influence and Freedom

Despite the religious diversity within his family, Khaid’s parents were open-minded and encouraged their children to choose their own faith.

They emphasized the freedom to make a personal choice in religious matters.

Mosque Visits for Parental Approval

Khaid admitted that, initially, he did attend the mosque to please his father and maintain a sense of control over his children’s religious upbringing.

His father’s insistence on mosque attendance was partly influenced by their Muslim community and the desire to maintain parental authority.

The Shift to Christianity

Over time, Khaid’s personal spiritual journey led him to embrace Christianity.

He began attending church, where he found a deeper connection and resonance with the faith.

Interfaith Dynamics within the Family

Khaid’s family reflects the diversity of faith within his household.

While his elder sister and younger brother remain Muslims, he and five other siblings have embraced Christianity.

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