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Music of Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Source: GhanaWeb

Sonnie Badu Embarks On Church Tour Ahead Of Let Peace Rain Concert

UK based, gospel minister, Sonnie Badu, is gearing up for the much anticipated “Let Peace Rain” concert at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre on 1st December, 2012. The world renowned artiste arrived in the country last weekend and as part of preparations for the event, is taking his gospel to a host of churches across the city on a special church appearance tour.

The tour which began about a two week ago, stopped over at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and The International Central Gospel church , Asylum Down branch headed by gospel minister and preacher, Pastor Josh Laryea.

Last weekend, Sonnie Badu and his team also visited the Dome of the Accra International Conference centre where the Gospel Light Church held a gathering of their entire congregation from the different branches across the country. The worship team was also at the Lighthouse Chapel, Quodesh and the Harvest Chapel.

The tour is aimed at bringing Sonnie Badu’s ministry to all faithful whiles creating awareness of the hugely anticipated “Let Peace Rain Concert” set to be staged in a week.

According to sources close to the team, ticket sales in the various churches have been phenomenal, and the tour is expected to continue in the coming week.

South African legend, Lionel Petersen is also expected to arrive in the country soon in preparation for the concert.

Meanwhile local acts billed to perform at the concert; Ohemaa Mercy, ASP Kofi Sarpong, Cwasi Oteng and Nii Okai have promised a spirit filled concert to remember as they make various media appearances ahead of the concert.

Tickets for the concert are available for GHC40 regular and GHC70 for VIP tickets at the Joy Fm front desk, Silverbird Lifestyle store, Sunny Fm, TTC head office-West Airport and the Empire Entertainment head office, Lartehbiokorshie.

The Sonnie Badu “Let Peace Rain” Concert is sponsored by LGG, The Telecom Channel,Atlantic Trust, a dubai-based Ghanaian owned investment and finance company and supported by Dalex Finanace, Access Bank and Fidelity Bank.

It is powered by Empire Entertainment and Media GH; under the auspices of the Hour of Hope Trust.