Gospel stars go to W.A.R
The New Doma auditorium of the Action Chapel International at Spintex, Accra, will be a hub of unadulterated worship when the maiden edition of the Worship Above Reason (WAR) concert takes place on Friday, December 15.
Organised by Ireva Consult in collaboration with Footprint TV, the event which aims to lead a prayer campaign for the security of the country, will see performances from some top Gospel musicians.
Among the tall list of artistes are reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year, Joe Mettle, Ohemaa Mercy, Yaw Sarpong, Nacee, Uncle Ato, Gifty Osei, Diana Asamoah, Joyce Blessing and Daughters of Glorious Jesus.
The rest are Ceccy Twum, SP Kofi Sarpong, OJ, Obaapa Christy, Patience Nyarko, Francis Amo, Cwesi Oteng and Bernard Amankwah.
In an interview with Showbiz, Ireva Consult’s Frank Kwabena Owusu, said his outfit lined up the best in the industry to give patrons an impressive show.
Apart from patrons enjoying good worship, the event, supported by Event Factory Ghana, Event Republic and Rhythms Africa will also tackle many societal issues threatening the development of the country.
According to Mr Owusu, Ghana is confronted with issues like corruption, child abuse, mob justice and illegal mining and the upcoming event will be an avenue for Christians to intervene for the country.
Already, some of the performing artistes say they are fired up to go to war.
Patience Nyarko, who has popular songs like Wafom Kwan, Menwu and Eboboba tells Showbiz she will bring the audiences to God’s throne.