- A Ghanaian family from the Central Region called The Hagan Family has released a powerful song ministration
- The amazing ministration was performed in English, Twi, and Ga with every member of the adorable family playing a key role
- The song ministered is The Blessing by Kari Jobe and Elevation Worship, and the family says it shall keep blessing lives with more
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The Hagan Family, a Ghanaian family from the Central Region consisting of a married couple with their three children, has performed The Blessing by Kari Jobe and Elevation Worship at home and it is fast going viral.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh confirms that, as seen in the powerful video, the couple named Samuel Hagan and Hannah Hagan have three children whose names are Quincy Hagan, Albert Hagan, and Samuel Hagan (Jnr).
The powerful ministration was performed in English, Twi, and Ga with every member of the adorable family playing a key role in maintaining the harmony of the music.
Watch the full video below:
It is no surprise that the Hagan Family is so good at singing, although they are now being outdoored with the aim to bless lives with ministrations.
Samuel Hagan (Snr) is a long-time singer who used to minister at big programmes and crusades, including one that was organised by renowned evangelist Reinhard Bonnke of blessed memory.
He later went into sound engineering and became the technical head in charge of sound in the evangelism and other sectors in the Church of Pentecost.
"I think we'll be posting every weeks, so people should subscribe and stay tuned, I'm sure they'll be blessed," Albert Hagan told YEN.com.gh.
In another heartwarming report, George Bannerman, a popular Ghanaian Master of Ceremony (MC), is set to marry his long time girlfriend who he has dated for 13 years on August 1, 2020.
The handsome man, who has been an MC for tons of marriages as shown by photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media handles, broke the news on Twitter.
Along with the heartwarming words in the post was a photo that showed the couple when they were both much younger but still together.
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