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Friday, 16 February 2018 23:48

Diana Asamoah Explains why she combines tradition and Christianity at the Abba Father Kumasi

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After a very successful maiden edition of Abba Father Worship in the National capital, Accra last December, Gospel minister Evangelist Diana Asamoah together with Frimprince Music Production has announced another edition for Kumasi.Abba Father Worship is scheduled to hold at the Dome of the Golden Bean Hotel located at Ahodwo, a day before Ghana’s 61st Independence celebration (March 5 2018).

Designed to fulfill the spiritual needs of people, the concert will provide the platform for Christians to have a great moment of praise and worship time with their creator.According to Diana Asamoah who spoke at the launch held in Kumasi, Abba Father is expected to attract Christians and gospel music lovers from all walks of life and will see spirit filled performances from renowned Gospel musicians including Daughters of Glorious Jesus, SP Kofi Sarpong, KODA, Paa Boateng and a host of others who are yet to be announced in the coming weeks.

Present at the launch hosted by radio presenter Dave Hammer was CEO Of Frimprince Music Production, Mr Annane Frimpong aka Frimprince, members of the press, representatives from the sponsors and the media.Tickets for the event are selling at Gh30 and Gh50 for regular and VIP respectively. The concert is expected to kickstart at 5pm. Abba Father Worship is supported by Ghana Tourism Authority and the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.Patrons are entreated to look good in African prints as part of Diana Asamoah’s efforts to promote tourism as an Ambassador.

Here are some of the photos of the event: .

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