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MTN Stands In Worship Concert Shakes Kumasi With Non-Stop Thrills From Gospel Icons2 min read

MTN Stands In Worship Concert Shakes Kumasi With Non-Stop Thrills From Gospel Icons<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">2</span> min read</span>


Starting with the Kumasi Evengel Choir, the Dome of the Golden Bean Hotel in Kumasi on Sunday night became the centre of attraction for Christians in the Metropolises as MTN Ghana assembled famous Gospel musicians to minister in worship and praise songs.

The night dubbed “MTN Stands In Worship Concert” coincided with the Resurrection of Christ, a traditional day of Christians.

ACP Kofi Sarpong set the roof on fire with his outstanding energy and stage craft, commencing with “Amen” and Piesie Esther’s “Ewuradi Mo,” followed “Agyenkwa” and his usual Presbyterian hymns charging the crowd to their feet.

Taking the stage after the Police Officer was the exhilarating Brother Sammy, popularly called “the Nation’s Worshipper”, who also treated the audience to inspiring worship tunes and music.

Crowning the night with uplifting and stupendous danceable tunes were the ever youthful Kwaku Gyasi and the flamboyant Obaapa Christie, who sent their audience into a “holy” frenzy.


Providing a word of exhortation to the audience, Apostle Dr Nana Sarpong, Leader of a Kumasi Based Church commended MTN Ghana for holding such concerts during Christmas and Easter seasons.

He noted that these events are serving as heritage for Christians and called on them to support and patronise initiatives by MTN Ghana.

The Minister of the Gospel reminded Ghanaians about the upcoming general elections in December and urged them to be cautious about how they conduct themselves in seeking to promote their preferred political parties and ideas they may be proposing.

“We will be going to the polls on December 7 to choose a President and 275 Members of Parliament (MPs) to form the next government and i want to caution all of us to be careful about our behaviour and utterances so that we do not endanger the peace we are enjoying as a people”, Apostle Sarpong stated.