Sinach headlines 2nd ‘Women in Worship’ night September 10, 2018

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Popular Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter and senior worship leader, Osinachi Joseph, popularly known as Sinach, will on September 20 headline the second edition of Women in Worship.

The ‘I know who I am’ hitmaker will together with renowned Ghanaian gospel singers Ohemaa Mercy, Ceccy Twum, Tagoe Sisters, Minister Kekeli, Jackie Mpare and Amy Newman bring the venue alive with a heavenly experience of worship.

The Perez Dome, in Dzorwulu, Accra will be the citadel of worship as the seasoned women worshippers gather to raise up an offering of reverence to God.

The all-female worship event will see celebrated gospel singers lead the worship front with an all-female musical band scheduled to perform.

Organizers of the event GeNet Services have assured the public of an intimate experience with God in this year’s edition of Women in Worship.

They are particularly calling on all women of faith to partake in the event.

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