Gospel Musician Nana Osei De Worshipper Made Ambassador Of ‘Wear Ghana’ Month In America

 Gospel Musician Nana Osei De Worshipper Made Ambassador Of ‘Wear Ghana’ Month In America

Ghanaian gospel musician, Nana Osei De Worshipper has been appointed as an Ambassador for ‘Wear Ghana Month’ in the United States of America.

The ‘Wear Ghana Month’ under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, the National Commission on Culture has teamed up with Street Fashion Train Foundation/Association of Small Scale Industries to make the event a memorable one.

The Wear Ghana Festival scheduled to take place in March is a month that every Ghanaian is expected to wear Made-in-Ghana products and help boost Ghana Fashion and Beauty Industry and award Industry players as well.

As part of Ghana’s 63rd Independence Day Celebration, Nana Osei will perform at a Non-Denominational Thanksgiving and Intercessory Church Service being organized by the Ghana Embassy in the USA.

The event slated for March 1, 2020, will be held at the Agape Life Ministry 8568 Laureldare Dr. Laurel MD 20725.

Born Frederick Osei Nkansah, Nana Osei De Worshiper discovered his singing talent at an early stage of his life. Before going solo, he had been a backup singer for several gospel bands in Ghana such as Heirs of Jesus, School choir, Vine Praise, Open Heavens Band led by Rev. Mary Ghansah one of Ghana’s gospel legends.

Besides music as his first love, Nana Osei De Worshiper is a philanthropist who never loses the opportunity to give back to society. He owns a charity organization called “His Goodness My Praise (HGMP)” Charity Foundation which donates to the less privileged both in Ghana and in North America.

Enjoy ‘Owawani’ from Nana Osei De Worshipper below.


Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku


Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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