Ghana’s gospel music star, Ohemaa Mercy and a Ghanaian-born German gospel musician, Sika Kwame, are set to rock the National Theatre come November 28 with Let’s Go Missions 2010 Concert to raise funds for the missionary work of the Church of Pentecost.
The missionary concert is the brainchild of Ohemaa Mercy Ministries and Sika Kwame in collaboration with the Church of Pentecost Missions.
The event will also be used to launch Sika Kwame and a debut album from the Lost Searchers Team tittled Far Away.
The concert will be used to raise funds for missionary work and also build structures of accommodation for the Church of Pentecost in one of the following countries: Chad, Gabon, Uganda, and Equatorial Guinea.
Lost Searchers Team, an Indian gospel group who will be making their first appearance at the concert will be performing with the Winneba Youth Choir singing Ghanaian tunes with Indian instruments.
Other gospel artistes and groups performing on the night include No Tribe with their latest album Bohye and a special appearance by the legendary Elder Mireku.
The 2010 Ghana Music Awards’ Gospel Artiste of the Year told Myjoyonline.com in an interview that the concert is an opportunity for her to contribute her quota to the growth of the Church of Pentecost Missions.
“Church of Pentecost is my mother church. The concert is an opportunity for me to help the mission grow and also build mission houses for the missionary,” she said.
The concert in Ghana marks the launch of similar concerts in countries such as Germany, Holland, Italy, France, and USA among others for the same course.
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