American gospel singer-songwriter and actor Micah Stampley yesterday joined Ghanaian musicians Joe Mettle, Ceccy Twum, Nana Perbi and Boadiwaa to visit the new MTN head office in ridge ahead of Ghana Stands In Worship.
The musicians in the company of the organisers, Imajin Advertising paid a courtesy call on the sponsors to interact and familiarize ahead of the concert slated at the Accra Sports Stadium today, Saturday August 27, 2016.
Both musicians promised to give out their best on the night and to win souls for Christ. Micah Stampley said he was totally elated to be back in Ghana. According to him, he had been frequenting the country unannounced.
Joe Mettle and Ceccy Twum who are making their second appearances at the “Ghana Stand In Worship” said they were excited to be back on the show. Nana Perbi who is making his debut on the show said he will be rocking the show with Zulu dancers from South Africa.
Nigeria’s Nathaniel Bassey was not able to join his colleagues because he missed his flight to Ghana. He was ably represented by a member of his band. He is expected to touch down in Ghana for the show.
Richard Acheampong the General Manger, Marketing Services of MTN Ghana, said this year’s event commemorates MTN’s 20th anniversary in Ghana and the company intends making this year’s edition a memorable one for the hundreds to thousands expected to throng to the venue.
He also announced that, the show will be telecast live on radio and television as well as the MTN Facebook page.
Also on the show is songwriter, singer and music producer, Benjam Dube from South Africa. He is credited with songs such as ‘Elshaddai adonai’, ‘eh yahweh kumama’, ‘ketsepile’ among others. Ghana’s Elder Mireku is also on the bill.
It was also revealed at the gathering that, the late Danny Nettey was scheduled to be part of the concert before his demise. There will be a special tribute for him by Nii Okai and Sonnie Badu.
The organisers, Imajin Advertisting thanked MTN for sponsoring the event since its inception.