United Kingdom-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Sue Sam is set to host the Ghana version of her annual The Mercy Seat concert scheduled for the Light of Life Gospel Mission, Abeka Lapaz in Accra on Saturday, July 29.
This comes after a successful event of her maiden The Mercy Seat in Luton, in London last year which had the likes of gospel singer, Diana Hamilton performing.
Apart from Sue Sam, who is the headline artiste, other acts publicised for the upcoming show at 4:00pm are Minister KK Mensah, Min. Akesse Brempong, Daughters of Glorious Church, Min Kofi Owusu Peprah, Min Alexandra Aboagye and Kingdom Minstrels.
According to Sue Sam, she is not only excited to be back home but equally finds it worthy to lead God’s people in spirit filled sessions of praise and worship.
“Seeing the second half of the year is a good reason to thank God for His abundant mercies and The Mercy Seat is a gathering to serve the purpose.
“The feeling is quite different back home and I can assure patrons that it will be fulfilling moments in the presence of the Lord with the lineup of billed artistes,” she said.
Since blossoming in the gospel music scene in 2021 with her ‘Yesu Aye’, Sue Sam has steadily climbed up the gospel ladder in the UK and intends to make similar impact in Ghana.
Already, many industry pundits are tipping Minister Sue Sam, a UK-licensed professional nurse, to become one of Ghana’s most valuable musical exports in future.
The likes of Min. O.J., Pastor Willie (Willie & Mike Ministry), Nayaah, K.K. Mensah, Linda Bile and the Inspirational Cherubs of ICC performed at last year’s Mercy Seat concert in London.