Legendary Ghanaian gospel music group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, recently made a remarkable disclosure that their song played a role in the healing of two mentally challenged individuals.
Comprised of Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong, and Monica Owusu Ansah, the group has been a fixture in the Ghanaian music scene since its inception in 1989, producing over a hundred songs that have touched the lives of many over the past three and a half decades.
For the past 14 years, the trio has hosted the Annual Glorious Praise Musical Concert, which has become a highly anticipated event.
This year, the concert will take place in Accra, Kwahu, and Kumasi. The first concert will be held in Accra on March 24th, which coincides with Palm Sunday. The event will then move to Kwahu the following week on Easter Sunday before concluding in Kumasi on April 14th.
In a recent appearance on the entertainment and lifestyle show, Upside Down, the group’s leader, Cynthia, recounted a touching encounter where two mentally challenged individuals attested to being healed after listening to their song.
The heartwarming story adds to the group’s legacy and further solidifies their impact on the Ghanaian music landscape.
As Daughters of Glorious Jesus continues to inspire and uplift through their music, their upcoming concerts are expected to draw large crowds and provide an opportunity for fans to experience their soul-stirring melodies firsthand.