American gospel superstar William McDowell who is a headline act for the MTN GHANA STANDS IN WORSHIP 2015 concert has confirmed his performance on event.
In a short video to assure his Ghanaian fans that it is going to be an amazing experience come October 10, 2015 when Ghana would stand up in worship has been released.
“Hello Ghana this is Pastor William McDowell and I am so excited that my team and I are going to be there at the Accra Sports Stadium on 10th of October for the MTN Ghana Stands In Worship concert. It is going be an amazing encounter with God and I can’t wait to see you there. God bless you all”,William McDowell stated.
Watch the video below:
William McDowell from USA and SINACH from Nigeria are expected in Ghana to headline MTN GHANA STANDS IN WORSHIP 2015 concert. The MTN Ghana Stands in Worship Concert is not just an ordinary concert; it’s an ultimate Worship experience.
The Concert is set to take place on the 10th of October 2015 At the Accra Sports Stadium. Imajin Advertising has promised lots of surprises on the night which also sets the stage for international gospel singer William McDowell as well as Sinach from Nigeria.
Also taking the nation by storm with amazing performances on the night are very exciting line up of Ghanaian vibrant gospel singers in the likes of, No tribe, Tagoe Sisters, Boadiwaa, Ceccy Twum, Selina, Joe Mettle and many more. This year’s GSIW experience features a book fair where Christian literature will be on display for sale.
The event is proudly brought to you by Ghana’s leading telecommunications company MTN and supported by Pepsi, Footprint TV, Best Western Hotel and many more. All roads lead to the Accra Sports Stadium on the 10th Of October for the MTN Ghana Stands In Worship.
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