Last year by this time we were saying "by June dier" - Evg Diana Asamoah thanks God in video

Last year by this time we were saying "by June dier" - Evg Diana Asamoah thanks God in video

- Evangelist Diana Asamoah has thanked God for preserving the lives of Ghanaians

- The gospel singer was seen in a video praising God for protecting the world against COVID-19

- She asked that Ghanaians all over the world mark the new month of April with thanksgiving

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Ghanaian local gospel songstress, Evangelist Diana Asamoah has sent goodwill messages to the whole of the country and beyond following our entry into the new month of April.

In a self-recorded video, the Onyame Tumfo singer sang songs in praise of God’s faithfulness to his children for his sustenance.

The Evangelist thanked God for his protection especially with the uncertainties that came with the dreaded COVID-19 disease which has and is still plaguing the entire world.

Last year by this time we were saying "by June dier" - Evg Diana Asamoah thanks God in video
Last year by this time we were saying "by June dier" - Evg Diana Asamoah thanks God in video
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She said she was grateful to God that things were getting better and that the world was returning to normal once again.

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Evangelist Diana Asamoah went on to encourage all and sundry to not relent in giving thanks to the Almighty God for his faithfulness and covering over our lives.

She went on to quote some verses from the Holy Bible to support her goodwill message while buttressing the point as to why thanksgiving was very necessary in these uncertain times.

Evangelist Asamoah posted the video on social media and captioned it: “New month message. Last year by this time, we were scared of the Month April, we all thought (By June De3) but i know this year, we are all certained that this new month will be better than before. Type Amen if you believe.”

Many fans and followers of the Pentecost Sore Ndwom took to the comment section to react to her post and song.

Meanwhile, award-winning Ghanaian artiste Martin King Arthur known by the stage name Kofi Kinaata, has wowed his teeming fanbase with a sneak peek into his house and living room.

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In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Things Fall Apart hitmaker's official Instagram page, Kofi was seen in front of his house, which had several cars parked in it.

The video went on to show the inside of the plush home particularly his living room which was nothing short of extraordinary.

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