- Akwaboah's Awerekyekyere has been remade beautifully by a Ghanaian mother and her children, known as the Hagan Family
- The heart-melting ministration started off with Mrs Hannah Hagan's melodious entry which was followed by a beautiful choral combination from all three children
- Akwaboah, the composer of the song, will unarguably be elated to watch this
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The Hagan Family, a Ghanaian family of five who are all great singers, has performed Awerekyekyere, one of the most renowned classics of all time in Ghana.
This time, the family was represented by only four out of the five, but that did not affect the quality of their ministration in any way.
With a keyboard as the only instrument, the Hagan Family from the Central Region of Ghana delivered a remix that Akwaboah, the composer of the song will unarguably be elated to watch.
Watch the video below:
The heart-melting ministration started off with Mrs. Hannah Hagan's melodious entry which was followed by a beautiful choral combination from all three children.
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), their father, 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.
In other news concerning a family in Ghana, Tiffany, a woman who originally comes from L.A, California in the United States, has made a decision to live in Ghana; a decision she considers very life-changing.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Tiffany Soulbird, her first trip that would make a great impact on her life, happened in 2010.
"In 2010, I made a trip to Ghana, West Africa. It was 6 months that changed my life. For me, it was an important part of piecing together my identity," she said.
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