Ruth Adjei readies for Liquid Prayers 2023
The Accra Technical Training Centre (ATTC) in Dome, Accra will come alive when gospel singer, Ruth Adjei hosts her annual Liquid Prayers on Sunday, October 29.
The annual event has served a platform for the Oshidaa singer to lead patrons in sessions of praise and worship and this year’s event themed, “The Encounter” will serve the purpose.
Artistes publicised for the free admission event are Efe Grace, Sofo OB, Celestine Donkor, Bra Kwaku, Shadrack Mensah and Ako Karl.
Ruth told Graphic Showbiz that the call to reach out to the masses, especially the youth, who are drifting from the right path, had boosted her confidence to intensify her work as an ambassador for Christ.
As such, the yearly Liquid Prayers provides the means to elevate and set patrons on the right path with uplifting songs.
“Liquid Prayers is very dear to my heart since it creates the platform for me to meet the people who listen to my music and have a positive impact in their lives.
“The feedback over the years has been very positive and I know that many good testimonies will abound from this as well,” she stated.
Before Gospel artiste, Ruth Adjei launched her first album, Liquid Prayers in 2014, the Telecom Engineer Officer had had the privilege of backing a number of artistes such as Joe Mettle, Hannah Marfo, Gifty Osei, Francis Adjei, Ceccy Twum and SP Kofi Sarpong.
She, however, realised that she could have a bigger platform for imparting the word of God and that encouraged her to release her debut album.
She has songs such as Woye Kronkron, You Are Holy, Ma Menye Dewo to her credit.
The old student of Professional Institute of Journalism and University College of Management Studies in Accra said she has always been affected by the careless lifestyles of the youth and mentioned that Gospel acts should work harder to bring the lost into God’s fold.