Worcester City Worship with Selina Boateng

Worcester City Worship with Selina Boateng
Selina Boateng

Selina Boateng Performs Live at Worcester Massachusetts Photo: Africaba Media

By O B Stephen, The Christian Journal Contributor
Worcester MA – The Ghanaian community in the city of Worcester was blessed with a live performance from the Ghanaian songstress Selina Boateng who was in the United States for a visit. The event was dubbed “Worcester City Worship with Selina Boateng”. The venue for this special worship service was the Good Shepherd Ghana Methodist Church situated at 21 Belmont Street.

The Ghanaian songstress was interviewed on the “Saturday flavor” program which is hosted by O. B Stephen and aired every Saturday morning on ABR fm. During the interview, she told listeners how she was humbly raised in Kumasi and narrated the road that led her to become the Ghanaian gospel super star she is today. She continued with a powerful live worship on radio to give listeners a foretaste of what was going to happen later on in the day.

The stage was ready and many Ghanaians who were eager to partake in this worship experience arrived on time for the start of the program. Rev. Thomas Ofori, who is the host pastor of Good Shepherd Ghana Methodist Church led the prayer session of the program which was followed by worship and praise from different gospel artist including minister Randy from Rhode Island and Isaac Boakye of Worcester.

The atmosphere of the event venue was filled with joy as the audience gave a rousing respond to Selina Boateng who was called on stage by the M.C. of the program Fiifi Abedu of ABR fm. With lifted hands and a heart of worship, the songstress led the gathering in a powerful worship. When the gear was shifted from worship to praises, the audience responded with a dance and the shaking of their body.

The songstress sang most of her popular tunes including “Me nko meho”. Fiifi Abedu handed the M.C button to Akokora Tagor of New Vision FM who continued to steer the program to a successful end.
Mrs. Mary Ofori led the audience into a fundraising in support of Selina Boateng ministries. The amount raised was to be used to support the underprivileged children in Ghana, especially the orphanage homes. Many of the Ghanaian community leaders in Worcester such as Rev. KKB and CEO of Ester Fashion Paradise were present to support such a worthy course.

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