Great and fine Ghanaian artistes Nacy, Noble Nketsiah and Lord Kenya have been invited to perform at this year’s edition of the All Stars Gospel Festival slated for Saturday, December 29 at Grace Point in London (161-169, Essex Rd, N1 2SN).
Destined to be a rousing time of praise and worship, the event seeks to celebrate Jesus, empower and encourage worshippers into a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.
This will be the first time Nacy, Noble Nketsiah and Lord Kenya will be performing at the event. Already, the enthusiasm is building up with a lot of people buying tickets from across Europe.
They will perform alongside UK-based Ghanaian international gospel acts such as Loveradge, Hannah Donkor, Daniel Twum, Lady Prempeh, Deborah Darling, Neilla, Kenny Annan, Pastor Kwame Amponsah and two other surprise guest artistes.
“It will be a night of celebration you don’t want to miss as we seek to inspire all in our gratitude, praise and thanksgiving for God’s mercies over the year (2018),” Prince Nuako, Manager of Grace Point, London, disclosed.
#OhGiveThanksLondon is being organised by Grace Point London and Showbiz Africa with support from the Musicians Union of Ghana, GN Radio, ABN TV, Rainbow Radioand Hot Digital. It is sponsored by Care Enough and DG Studios.
“Feeling and expressing appreciation is good for us. Like any wise father, God wants us to learn to be thankful for all the gifts He has given us,” Edith Acheampong, Events Manager at Showbiz Africa, added.
Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), Papa Owusu-Ankomah, is the special guest of honour.