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BROOKLYN TABERNACLE CHOIR TO LEAD AIRTEL ADOM PRAIZ 2016

Airtel, Ghana’s leading data and digital innovation network and headline sponsor in collaboration with Adom FM, the organizers of Airtel Adom Praiz have announced that popular American gospel group, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has been scheduled to lead the 7th Edition of the biggest spirit-filled gospel ministrations in Ghana on 5th August, 2016.

The 280-voice mega choir directed by Carol Cymbala, the wife of Pastor Jim Cymbala will be supported by other local gospel giants including Francis Amo, Joe Beechem and Obaapa Christie for Ghana’s biggest gospel music and ministration night.

Launching the event on Adom FM’s Drive Time show, Airtel Adom Praiz team said, “After several editions, we are at the stage where we can no longer discuss what is impossible for Airtel Adom Praiz to do. Last year, renowned American gospel music singer and pastor of prominent Brooklyn New York megachurch, Love Fellowship Tabernacle, Hezekiah Walker graced the 6th Adom Praiz which, patrons testified was awesome.
This year we are bringing in the legendary Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir to lead a heart-moving praise and worship at the Perez Dome come 5th August 2016.”

“The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has won five Dove Awards and six Grammy Awards. There is no anxiety its singers cannot melt, no fear they cannot banish, and no stony-heart they cannot crack when they [Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir] serenade with their super melodious voices. On August 5, 2016, at the Perez Dome in Accra, you will not be standing on concrete floors, you will be standing on holy ground. Make no mistake, this is a game-changer,” they added.

Mr. Cornelius Kakraba, Head of Marketing and Brand Communications at Airtel Ghana said, “Airtel is headlining the biggest gospel event in Ghana, this year, as we have done for the last few years, to give our customers and Ghanaians the opportunity to experience firsthand the awesome performance from the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and the fantastic array of Ghanaian artistes lined up for the 7th edition of the celebrations.

We know many Ghanaians enjoy gospel music and through Airtel Adom Praiz, we are giving patrons the opportunity to worship with arguably one of the best choirs of our time.”

According to Mr. Kakraba, “every year’s edition comes with something new. This year, Airtel Harmonious choir, a collection of employees who are members of their respective church choirs, are also performing at the event.”

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