Are you yet to see the handsome and God fearing husband of the popular Ghanaian gospel musician Cecilia Marfo? i will be sharing with you some amazing throwback photos of Cecilia Marfo and husband that proves they came from far. Cecilia Marfo as known in the entertainment scene is a famous Ghanaian gospel musician and an evangelist who doubles up as a Prophetess.
I Smoked Weed Continuously Until I Was Located- Popular Gospel Musician Makes Interesting Revelation
During A live video interaction with Jackson on Facebook, Popular Ghanaian Gospel Musician Abenaa Amponsah explained about how she smoked weed continuously until God located and changed her life. Incase you don't know this woman, she is the voice behind the Popular worship song " Woye mame woye mame".
Abena Korkor is one of the popular female personality we have in our entertainment space. Some of the popular female personalities we have in our entertainment space include the following Jackie Appiah, Abena Korkor, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Tracey Boakye, Cecilia Marfo, Berla Mundi, Lydia Forson, Sister Debbie among others.
The founder of Perez Chapel, Bishop Charles Agyin Asare, comments on the top most trending song in Ghana now, Washawasay unto the lord, as he was preaching. From him, he talks from the perspective of the scriptures (Holy Bible). That christians or believers must convert their praise into songs, poems and eulogies.
Cecilia Marfo is a Ghanaian musician and prophetess popularly known for her Twi songs as 'Afunumuba' and her recent 'washawasay' song. She was a guest on UTV's Atuu show hosted by Abeiku Santana and was asked loads of questions surrounding her and her ministry as a woman of God.
Here are the husbands of the following Ghanaian celebrities: Diana Hamilton, Cecilia Marfo, Nana Ama McBrown and Becca. 1. Nana Ama McBrown. Nana Ama McBrown is a well-known Ghanaian actress and a media personality. She is also a social media influencer. Nana Ama McBrown is one of the most followed Ghanaian celebrities on Instagram.
In Ghana, you can trend with the little mistake or unusual thing you do. You can be drinking just water and the next the day be making the news in Ghana. Cecilia Marfo, innocently was singing praises and worship to her God say “wha shaw i say” instead of “ What shall I say” and some netizens took upon themselves to breakdown her singing word for word so other people know the mistakes in it.
First impression, they say lasts forever. This is not just a saying but something of which I am living testimony. Take it from me if I say that Cecilia Marfo is one of the most humble and free spirited people in the music industry in Ghana. She is in no doubt one of the amazing live music worshippers you can think of.
Former Asante Kotoko midfielder, Jordan Opoku has revealed that Prophetess Cecilia Marfo saved his life sometime last year when he was unwell. According to Jordan, he realised that he was unable to recall details of conversations he had in a short timeframe. Speaking on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Jordan indicated that a friend introduced him to Cecilia Marfo who helped him with his condition.
Entertainment in recent time Ghana had become a source which when somebody is in worry or a state of depression can become relieved. Popular musician Cecilia Marfo who has become a trend on social media in her recent worship she had with her backing vocalist who is nicknamed Fire.
Social media are interactive technologies that allow people to create and share information, ideas, hobbies, and other kinds of expression through virtual communities and networks. It has significantly aided the dissemination of information and communication. Others have used it to improve their business and raise awareness about it.
Hello Dude on today article is the famous Guy behind the Whashawasay Song which went viral for two weeks and it is still going viral The Guy goes with the name Justice Debrah and on stage goes with the name "Thirtn". Justice who started his music career for about two years told the Ghanaian video creator( KWADWO SHELDON) that the song that went viral was inspired by a friend...
Sammy and Cecilia have a long-standing feud after the latter slapped Brother Sammy several times while attempting to deliver him from an evil spirit during an event.In 2017, the incident occurred at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Ashanti Region. However, in a new interview on Utv’s Atuu, gospel musician Cecilia Marfo has for the first time broken her silence on the slapping incident involving Brother Sammy.
Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the finest gospel artists in the country. I don't think any of you here would said you have never heard of this gospel artist. To clear doubts, Cecilia Marfo came into the limelight when she was seen in a video singing the gospel song, "What shall I say onto the Lord".
Well known Ghanaian gospel singer known as Cecilia Marfo has recently been granted an interview where she opened up about some of the things she was saying in a video of hers that has been making waves online. The video had the beautiful woman worshipping God with songs. In it, she was heard instructing someone she called 'Fire' to move back and to make some gestures with his leg.
Popular Ghanaian Gospel Artiste, Cecilia Marfo has been trending on social media for the past weeks. This is simply because she mispronounced certain words of some English worship songs. The Gospel Artiste usually organizes live worship sessions on Facebook with her followers. It was in one of these live sessions that Cecilia Marfo wrongly sang the lyrics to one of the popular Ghanaian worship songs "What shall I say unto the Lord".
Gospel musician Cecilia Marfo has stated that she will continue to minister in the English language despite her poor educational background. According to the singer, when she is overwhelmed by the Holy Spirit, she is always moved to minister in English. “I like to minister English songs when I’m in the spirit.
Nowadays, it's obvious when you take your mobile phone to surf the internet, you either find something which will amuse you and stir your interest about things in the country. In view of this, the Ghanaian powerful female worship leader, Cecilia Marfo has made it up with her recent "incorrectly" sung and placed gospel song "what shawa say unto the Lord" surfacing online which obviously got people cracking their ribs.
There are seven days in a week and Sunday has been chosen as the day to worship the most high God. The lord has done so many things to and for us all and we have so many things to tell the lord but the are not enough words to describe the feeling in us and i even have a testimony but “Wha shawa say” onto the lord?
Cecilia Marfo is renowned gospel musician and a great Worshiper of Christ. She is also a Prophetess of God and an Evangelist. She manages a worship centre called Osorifie Worship Centre located off the Tema Akosombo highway, Afienya Mataheko first bridge bus stop. Cecilia Marfo through her hard work has over hundred songs to her credit.