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Gabriel Eziashi to thrill at Christmas with Danny Nettey and Friends on Dec 25
From: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Ernest Dela Aglanu (@delaXdela)          Published On: December 24, 2012, 00:29 GMT
 
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Gabriel Eziashi to thrill at Christmas with Danny Nettey and Friends on Dec 25

Gabriel Eziashi and Danny Nettey


Christmas is for the family, it is a season of giving and a time to solemnly reflect on the essence of God sending his beloved son to save the world.

Come Tuesday, December 25, renowned musician and host of Worship Zone on Joy 99.7 FM, Danny Nettey will invoke the true essence of Chriatmas at his annual Christmas with Danny Nettey and Friends at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra.

The unique annual Christmas event has over the years carved a niche for itself as the ultimate Christmas present that anyone can give a relation - a wife, husband, son, daughter, colleague etc.

The event assembles some of gospel music's finest acts on one stage with the sole purpose of glorifying God.

This year, Danny Nettey will be leading a pack of local gospel giants including Hellen Yawson, Nii Okai and the very youthful and vibrant Cwesi Oteng.

To put the icing on the cake will be world renowned gospel act Gabriel Eziashi.

Born in Lagos Nigeria, the prolific songwriter and dynamic singer who has been blessed with a phenomenal voice range is one of the most compelling voices to emerge from the UK gospel scene.

Gabriel Eziashi is anointed worship leader, vocalist and also an ordained minister with The Redeemed Christian Church of God in the United Kingdom, and pastors at the Milton Keynes Tabernacle.

Gabrielís humble spirit, gifted vocal ability, and eagerness to always see people experience Godís awesomeness through the medium of worship is what inspires him.

He has collaborated and shared the same platform with several world renowned gospel ministers including Helen Baylor, Donnie McClurkin, Chevelle Franklin, Muyiwa of Riversongz, double MOBO Award (Best Jazz) winner Yolanda Brown, Bishop John Francis, Pastor Paul Irabor, and Mike Aremu.

Gabriel Eziashi arrived in Ghana Sunday and says he is ready to thrill patrons of the event.


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