He made this revelation when he spoke to The Punch about a wide range of issues pertaining to his personality, his career, and what the future holds for him.
When asked if he ever thought of giving up on comedy, Akpororo said;
”No, I have not thought about giving up comedy but I am doing more music presently. I discovered that one can do three things and do them a hundred per cent well. Presently, I am working on my album and it is a musical album. I want to break into the gospel industry. By December, I will do my listening party/concert.”
On the effort it took to build his brand, the stand-up comedian said;
”Like I have earlier stated, my success comes from God. He is the one running everything. It is grace that took me to this level, not transport fare. I am grateful for his protection, for the brand and the fans too; in fact, I am really grateful to them (fans). Whenever I go on stage, people still cheer me on as if I just started comedy. I am really happy and I am grateful to the “Roro Nation.””
On his plans to diversify into gospel music, the comic star explained;
”I was into music before comedy. This is the main reason I want to release my album. I have dropped some singles but I do not get gospel music nominations except for the one I did with Testimony Jaga, which he featured me in.
Apart from that, I have not got any gospel music award nomination. I have won “Best Collaboration with Testimony Jaga, Best Song of the Year for ‘’Hallelujah,’’ but I am still concerned about the big awards.”
He then revealed what his greatest achievement is
”My greatest achievement so far is building a house at Okokomaiko and Amen Estate in Lagos State. Then, having a street named after me at Okokomaiko,” Akpororo said.