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Entertainment of Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Source: YEN

Kidi leads worship in new video

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Renowned Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat singer-songwriter Dennis Nana Dwamena, popularly known as KiDi, a Ghanaian has led a church group in powerful worship at a programme thought to be organized by Rev Dr Abbeam Danso, founder of God's Solution Centre.

The video was sighted by on the official youtube channel of COP - Ashaiman Area Music, which is a subsidiary group under the Church of Pentecost.

Kidi led the group that comprised a blend of secular musicians such as Wendy Shay and Bullet as well as extremists personalities in the Christian faith such as Rev Dr Abbeam Danso himself.

Each person who was at the event was visibly shocked and caught up in the Spirit as the secular musician ministered songs such as 'Be Magnified' by Don Moen and other captivating local worship songs like 'Wona Ye Twen Wo'.

The rather chilling video is fast beginning to trend as some people are of the view that the secular artiste has led individuals in worship to God even better than many gospel artistes do in these days.

Kidi performed the songs in a solemn manner that is yet very captivating, punctuating them with deep spiritual lines that draw the worshippers closer and closer to the heavens.

It is thought that even people who do not speak the languages the songs were ministered in would still appreciate that captivating power they carry.

In other news regarding secular artistes encountering preachers, the traditional wedding ceremony between Medika and Fella Makafui saw many prominent people in attendance including Shatta Wale whose arrive stole the show although he arrived in the middle of the sermon.

It appears as though the popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale causes massive stir not only on social media but anywhere he goes. His arrival during the sermon was so resounding that the preacher himself had to pause and acknowledge Shatta's presence.

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