Paul Kumah from Kumasi, Ghana, Africa, is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often referred to as “the Mormon Church”). The promising 25-year-old Ghanaian Afropop/Beat/Hip Hop recording artist also has other diversified talents, including actor, director, and producer.
Paul’s professional stage name is Wizdivo. In 2015, he recorded his first song, “Adom” (Grace), which was a success. In that same year, he performed the song at the YSA Summit 2015, which was comprised of members from the Kumasi Bantama stake and other stakes in the area. His repertoire also includes songs like “His Power” and his hit song “Moroni.” All of these songs can be heard on Wizdivo’s ReverbNation page.
He receives inspiration for his music from music artists like Alex Boyé, JTM, and Jay Warren. He says, “They give me joy when I listen to their songs. I always want to use music as a tool to bring souls to Christ and to bring hope and joy to the masses.” In January 2020, he will be afforded the opportunity to bring the hope and joy that he desires to the masses.
On 18 January 2020, Wizdivo, his music label SOGANATION (Sons of God Army Nation), and Mrs. International 2019, Robin Towle, will host a large charity concert sponsored by Wolf Pact and supported by Families Mentoring Families. The concert will feature many Ghanaian musicians and is being used to help raise funds to help the less privileged, the needy, orphans, and widows.
Mrs. Utah International, Robin Towle, was crowned Mrs. International 2019 in July 2019. Robin is a dancer, actor, director and writer. She and her husband, Kevin, have been married for 25 years and have six children. She has homeschooled her children for sixteen years and together they toured all 48 continental United States in an RV.
Robin is the founder of Wolf Pact – a nonprofit organization that teaches emotional life skills to teens – which she started this out of her passion for her suicide prevention. She hopes to help teens live happier and healthier lives. She is also the founder of Hope on the Hill, a suicide prevention event for veterans, and an ambassador for NAMI Utah, Safe UT and a member of the State Suicide Coalition. She believes that we should “Love without condition. Embrace without exclusion, Be an example without judgment. Serve without losing yourself.”
Wizdivo believes that 2020 will be a breakthrough year. He says, “God is in charge and every soul shall receive refuge and happiness.” You can follow Paul Kumah (Wizdivo) on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram.