Legendary Ghanaian gospel music group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus has made a staggering revelation that their song allegedly healed two mentally challenged persons.
Known in real life as, Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah, Daughters of Glorious Jesus formed in 1989 and with over a hundred songs, have etched their name into the minds and hearts of Ghanaians for three and half decades with their back-to-back hits which have transformed lives over the period.
For the past 14 years, the trio have been hosting their Annual Musical Concert dubbed Glorious Praise.
This year’s edition will be hosted in Accra, Kwahu and Kumasi. Accra will host the first concert in the series on 24th March, which happens to be Palm Sunday. Kwahu will have its share the following week on Easter Sunday, March 24, 2024.
A fortnight later, the train moves to the capital of the Ashanti Region on 14th April for the Kumasi edition.
Speaking about the concert on the entertainment and lifestyle show Upside Down which is co-hosted by astute broadcasters Frema Adunyame and Nana Tuffour on Citi TV, the leader of the group Cynthia shared a story of how two mentally challenged persons were allegedly healed after listening to their song.
According to Cynthia, “One of these persons is a man who was the MC of a program we attended.. he was repatriated from Italy so the trauma affected him mentally… he told us after listening to our song he was healed”.
Watch the full interview below