James Amoh Junior
Tema, Nov 6, GNA - Gospel sensations, Ceccy Twum and Eugene Zuta are set to perform at the fifth edition of Viva Cristo Rey concert at Christ the King Anglican Church (CKAC) in Sakumono on November 16.
The annual gospel show, five years of its inception has witnessed great musical deliveries from the likes of Uncle Ato, Pastor Joe Beechem, Joe Mettle and Koda amongst others and is expected to draw worshipers from far and near to proclaim the infinite goodness of Jesus Christ through music.
The year’s concert, slated on Saturday 16th November 2019 at 1700 hours, on the theme: “Viva Cristo Rey 5.0 – A night with the King” is inspired by Revelations 19:16.
It promises to be a spirit-filled and divine atmosphere of soul-lifting praise and worship interspersed with prayer.
Ceccy Twum and Eugene Zuta who are known for their rather profound worship and praise songs, will headline this year’s show and are set to rock the stage alongside Minister Mateo, Kings Praise Singers – the host band, and many other anointed ministers.
Award-winning TV morning show host and host of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful Reality Show, Johnnie Hughs is expected to host this year’s show.
Mr George Abban, Chairman, Organising Committee, Viva Cristo Rey, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) said “this year’s event, like previous ones, will not just be a musical concert but an experience that will make patrons feel the presence of God with breathtaking songs that elevates their spirit”.
Reverend Father Roland Kpoanu, Parish Priest of Christ the King Anglican Church, speaking at the lunch of the fifth edition of the concert said a few hours with Christ was a great experience worth having calling on all and sundry in and around Tema to endeavour to attend this year’s concert.
According to him, Viva Cristo Rey was an evangelism drive by the parish to uphold and proclaim the teachings of Christ through gospel music and had had an impact in the lives of many over the years.
“The concert is a flagship musical programme of Parish and is part of activities commemorating its Feast of Title.” he said.