Worshipers in the Ashanti Regional capital Kumasi were left calling for more at the end of the annual MTN Stands in Worship event held for the first time in the Garden City.

The event which turned out a resounding success was a harmonious blend of worship, praise, and choral music, showcasing the talents of Ghana’s renowned gospel musicians who seamlessly intertwined their performances to commemorate the resurrection of Christ.

Kicking off at 5 pm, DJ Carcious set the ambiance, while MC Abena Kay’s bilingual introduction in Twi and English engaged the audience.

Attendees, including children, youth, elders, and dignitaries adorned in vibrant kente fabrics, were treated to soul-stirring performances after the Kumasi Evangel Choir initiated the evening with their celestial voices.

Their choral rendition of sing along songs including Just by the Power of God”, “God You’re Good” by Francis Adyei,”Yedi Nkunim” and “Watuau M’aka’ by Tagoe Sisters among others lifted the spirits of patrons and set hearts right for what was to become an unforgettable blast.

ACP Kofi Sarpong IGNITED the crowd with energetic performances, followed by Bra Sammy and Obaapa Christy, who captivated the audience with a mix of old and new songs.

Apostle Dr. Nana Sarpong delivered a message of exhortation, emphasizing the celebration of Christ’s victory and urging peaceful participation in the upcoming elections.

The night was cupped off with a memorable ministration by Kweku Gyasi, leaving attendees describing it as one of the best gospel events in the arsenals of the Ashanti Region.

Speaking to the media, multiple award winning gospel musician, ACP Kofi Sarpong commended telecoms giant MTN for considering as part of its calendar, a program to bring people together to offer thanks and praises to God.

“It is praiseworthy that MTN has brought believers together to acknowledge God. It has been an amazing experience joining the masses to lift praises and worship this Resurrection Sunday,” he indicated.

ACP Kofi Sarpong was particularly elated MTN had given people a course to celebrate the very essence of Easter at a time the season has become an avenue for all manner of licentious and secular engagements.

“The funfair is becoming too much and people must rather focus on Christ’s death and resurrection and its benefit to us. This will serve the best purpose for all of us,” he stated.

The event which came off at the Dome of the Golden Bean Hotel in Kumasi will continue to linger on in the hearts of patrons as they prayed for MTN to consider a permanent MTN SIW IN Kumasi.

Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5FM/Ivan Heathcote – Fumador