- Actress and television presenter Nana Ama McBrown has got fans praising her after performing on stage at the Women In Worship event
- The actress sang gospel songs in showing gratitude to God for making her give birth after searching for a baby for many years
- Fans of Nana Ama, after watching the video, expressed love for her talent and versatility
Popular Ghanaian actress and television presenter Nana Ama McBrown Mensah has turned into a gospel musician in a video.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the actress was seen singing gospel music as patrons heaped praises on her.
Nana Ama McBrown was part of celebrities invited to speak at 2019's Women In Worship concert.
Her singing of the gospel songs was to show gratitude to God for giving her a baby girl after years of not having a child.
Before singing, Nana Ama McBrown told the story of how she suffered humiliation when she had no baby.
Fans, after watching the video, showered accolades on the actress for displaying her singing skills:
@frimpong157 heaped praise on Nana Ama: "When my mummy is on heat she doesn't care abt putting on her shoes chaiiiii show mamaa@iamamamcbrown."
@brahphrancis asked Nana Ama to join a music industry: "More Grace and anointing to her. But I'll suggest she joins the music industry."
@ayorkor_babs showered praise on Nana Ama: "She is a living testimony. She knows and understands how it feels like."
@seysfabrics had this to say: "This woman right here, is a full course meal. So much talent in one, God bless you ."
@adwoahpapabi commented: "She is blessed because she loves her Maker @iamamamcbrown."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of love and admiration for Nana Ama McBrown.
In other news, internet sensation Shatta Bandle has got Nigerians rolling on the ground after performing on stage.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, the diminutive personality wowed patrons of the event.
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