The esteemed Ghanaian gospel music ensemble, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, has recently disclosed an astonishing occurrence where their music reportedly contributed to the healing of two mentally challenged individuals.
Consisting of Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong, and Monica Owusu Ansah, the trio formed in 1989 and has since become a cherished part of Ghana’s musical landscape, with a repertoire of over a hundred songs that have deeply resonated with audiences for over three decades.
For the past 14 years, the group has been organizing the Glorious Praise Annual Musical Concert, a highly anticipated event in the Ghanaian gospel music calendar. This year, the concert series will be held in Accra, Kwahu, and Kumasi. Accra will host the first concert on March 24th, coinciding with Palm Sunday, followed by Kwahu on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024. The series will conclude with the Kumasi edition on April 14th.
During an appearance on the entertainment and lifestyle program “Upside Down” on Citi TV, hosted by Frema Adunyame and Nana Tuffour, Cynthia, the group’s lead vocalist, shared a remarkable story. She recounted an incident involving a man who had suffered trauma after being repatriated from Italy, resulting in mental health challenges. The man, who served as the Master of Ceremonies (MC) at an event attended by the group, claimed to have experienced healing after listening to one of Daughters of Glorious Jesus’ songs.
Cynthia’s testimony underscores the profound impact of the group’s music, highlighting its potential to bring about positive change and healing in the lives of listeners.