Barely one month after TV presenter, Stacy Amoateng started her Restoration show on TV3, she has astonished herself with the kind of revelations she gets on her programme week after week.
Celebrities such as Nana Ama McBrown, Emelia Brobbey, Helen Asante, Caroline Sampson, Hawa Abu-Bakr have passed through the show and they revealed secrets about themselves that sounded shocking to Stacy.
The latest is Mzbel who has come under heavy attack when she said on the show that she does not believe the story of Jesus Christ.
“I am blown away by the kind of revelations I hear on my show. It is amazing because I never walk on set with questions in my hand but at the end of the show, I have more filla than I ever expected” she told Graphic Showbiz last week.
According to Stacy, she could not have chosen any better title than Restoration to represent the brand she wanted to project. She said God wanted her to touch lives of many people that is why He gave her the name Restoration to impact on people’s lives.
“When I told my husband two years ago when I almost lost my life that God has spoken to me about a show called Restoration, he thought I was kidding.
“Until some of the prophesies manifested about things I had seen about other people, my husband who doubted me started believing me. I fasted and prayed for several months about the show until a great man of God revealed to me again that God wants me to host a programme called Restoration which would impact on other people”, she said.
Stacy sees her Restoration show more of a ministry than a just show. To her, the kind of information that comes out during her show makes her believe it is God who directs the show.
Citing an example of Nana Ama McBrown’s case, Stacy explained that after she had said the Lord’s Prayer with Nana Ama, the latter confessed she had harboured anger against Praye Tietia who failed to visit her at the hospital when McBrown had an accident a couple of years ago.
Among all the interviews Stacy has had, the one which blew her mind was that of Mzbel. “I couldn’t just put myself together when Mzbel said she did not believe in Jesus Christ and that the story was made up. I wondered why she would say such a thing in this modern world when a lot of people believe in Jesus Christ”
Stacy’s aim of hosting Restoration which airs on TV3 every Saturday from 6pm to 7pm is to help people come out of their problems.
Stacy said receiving positive comments on her show is enough reason for her to continue putting in her best for her new show which is already getting attention of Ghanaians in and outside the country.
Source: graphic showbiz