Last Night, for the thousands of believers who attended Women In Worship 2018 — the all-female concert put together by Genet Services, and headlined by Nigeria’s Sinach.
The second edition, the event —compered by broadcaster Jeremie Van-Garshong —was held to also raise funds for education and sensitisation on cervical cancer — heaven definitely came down, and the power of God was greatly felt.
Last year, the conference —held at the Perez Chapel in Accra— was headlined by South African Gospel minister, Ntokonzo Mbambo from South Africa, and saw Naa Mercy, Ohemaa Mercy, Diana Hamilton, and the Tagoe Sisters all in attendance.
Held at the same venue, this year’s edition saw the return of Tagoe Sisters, and Ohemaa Mercy unto the stage. Minister Kekeli , Ceccy Twum and Amy Newman constituted other performers on the night, which was also graced by Francis Amo, Mrs Rita Korankye Ankrah, Martha Ankomah, among other known faces in Ghana.
Mrs Georgina Nettey, founder of Women In Worship, emphasises the aim of the event as creating a lasting impact in the lives of women, as well as to support causes dear to women.
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