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Joe Mettle, Diana Hamilton, MOG and Celestine Donkor for ‘MTN Stand In Worship’ concert on Saturday, November 21

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Award-winning gospel singers, Joe Mettle, Diana Hamilton, Celestine Donkor and MOG are expected to shake the foundation of the Fantasy Dome and blow up its roof with a 100-degree energy-packed show at this year’s ‘MTN Stand In Worship’ concert on Saturday, November 21.

The ViVa Voices and the Celestial Evangel Choir will also be on stage to thrill patrons with some sizzling soul food, served through silky smooth sounds.

The event will also be streamed live on MTN’s Facebook and YouTube platforms from 7pm.

 

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It is expected that the inspiring messages in the songs that will be poured out during the various performances will bring hope to patrons in view of the challenges that the year 2020 has brought to many people around the world.
According to the organisers, “MTN Stand in Worship 2020”, will also be used as a platform to seek the face of God for peaceful elections in Ghana, come December 7.

A statement from MTN urged all Ghanaians to, “Come, let’s celebrate God’s faithfulness as we all stand in worship”.
The event, which is arguably one of the popular annual gospel shows in Ghana has, in the past, attracted top gospel artistes such as Donnie McClurkin, William McDowell, Sinach, Micah Stampley, Nathaniel Bassey, Patrick Duncan, Joe Mettle, Elder Mireku, and many other gospel music giants.

The energy, messages and excitement that this year’s concert will generate are expected to touch the bodies, minds and souls of Christians and non-Christians in Ghana and beyond via Facebook and YouTube.
The organisers have promised to deliver a great show that will delight the hearts of many at this time that the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown many people into difficulties.

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