A non-Ghanaian male saxophonist has earned a special spot in the hearts of many with his flawless performance of UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Diana Hamilton's song, ‘Mo Ne Yo’.
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The video emerged of the Whiteman skillfully handling the woodwind instrument and playing the popular gospel song which won the VGMA 2019 Gospel Song of the Year.
‘Mo Ne Yo’, a song with a central theme of gratitude resonated with many Ghanaians following its release in 2018.
Some Ghanaians have been mesmerised by the man’s performance because of his personality, his background and their connection to the popular local song which amplifies the goodness of God.
The Whiteman was performing the song at a major event organised by the UK-based Ghanaian singer.
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Meanwhile, a mother of three, identified as Jacinta Dentaa Hinson, has shared her struggles while she was pursuing her master's degree in Home Economics and Family Resource Management at the University of Education, Winneba.
Jacinta Denta Hinson shared her unique story about how she overcame herculean odds to finally complete her thesis and graduate with a master’s degree to inspire tens and thousands.
From Abetifi in the Ashanti region, Hinson notes her journey to obtaining her MPhil was no easy feat. The former student of St. Roses Senior High School shared her inspiring story in a Facebook group to urge others to clinch to hope regardless of their current challenges.
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