If you think "The Experience with Diana Hamilton" in Kumasi was a blast, then the Accra version was explosive.
Gospel music icon Diana Hamilton put up an electrifying performance last Saturday, May 13 at the National Theater where she ministered in songs of worship and praise.
After rocking Kumasi at KNUST, the songstress set the National Theater on fire with some of her popular songs.
Diana Hamilton pulled the charged audience to their feet during the 4-hour session of worship and praise.
During the event, several gospel legends who have been most instrumental in the gospel music fratenity were also honoured.
The legendary Mary Ghansah and the evergreen Daughters of Glorious Jesus were handed a citation of honour to celebrate their endless ministerial work for God.
After delivering a powerful testimony about the contributions of these great talents, Diana Hamilton swept the audience off their feet with another hit song "Work in Progress".
Indeed, "The Experience 2017" couldn't have been more amazing without the patrons asking for more performances.
Present at "The Experience with Diana Hamilton" were the legend, Mary Ghansah; Ceccy Twum, Francis Amo, OJ, Joe Mettle and a host of other great musicians.
ABOUT DIANA HAMILTON MINISTRIES
Diana Hamilton is a music phenomenon on the rise and leading voice in contemporary African gospel music.
She is a multi-octave and gifted artiste whose vocal ability has positioned her as one of the industry's best-loved talents.
The multiple award winning gospel singer has improved the quality of education of some qualified students.
These students were qualified but were incapable of furthering their education and also provided with scholarships, grants and stationary.
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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