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Multiple award-winning gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy has announced Sunday, August 7 as the date for this year’s edition of her annual Tehillah Experience concert.

The event will be held at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) Calvary Temple, Spintex Road, in Accra at 4:00pm prompt.

Apart from the ‘Aseda’ singer, other gospel artistes such as Uncle Ato, Ps Isaiah, Bro. Sammy, Nacy, Becky Bonnie, Sandra Afreh, Esther Nyamekye and Francis Amo who are billed to minister have the responsibility to satisfy the worship needs of patrons who will throng the venue.

The 3rd edition of Tehillah Experience concert dubbed the “Throne Room Experience” is expected to provide the platform for Christians to have a fulfilled praise and worship time with their Creator.

Gospel music lovers will be treated to some good and soul-inspiring songs come August 7 at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) when Ohemaa Mercy leads the pack of gospel artistes for the free concert.

Mr. Twum Ampofo, a member of Ohemaa Mercy Ministries described the Tehillah Experience concert as an event designed to fulfill the spiritual needs of people.

He explained that Tehillah means “praise, adoration and thanksgiving” in biblical context and as such, patrons will be led to appreciate the works of God through praise and worship.

Ohemaa Mercy who recently released her 6th studio album, “Aforebo” promised Ghanaians of a powerful event on August 7.

The event is powered by Unique Brand Communications and Ohemaa Mercy Ministries.

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