‘It Was By Grace’ – Pan African Arts Society, Event Powerhouse Behind Pieisie Esther’s Sold Out Concert In The UK Speaks

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Currently one of the most-talked-about shows in the media space is Piesie Esther’s ‘Waye Me Yie’ concert which took place on Saturday, July 29, 2023.

The concert which saw the 2023 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ‘Gospel Artiste of the Year’ lead the over 2000 believers who were gathered at the Dominion Center located at Broadway Highroad in London before the thrown of the creator has left a lingering memory in the minds of many people.

READ ALSO: Piesis Esther Blows Minds As She Puts Up Splendid Performance At Her First-ever Concert In The UK – Watch Video

Apart from Piesie Esther’s uplifting performance on the night as the headline act, Ghana’s sensational songwriter, sound engineer, and singer, Nacee, also put up one of his best performances when he took the stage to minister to the people gathered there.

Nigerian award-winning gospel music star, vocalist, and songwriter, Emmanuel Benjamin who is known professionally as Eben was another act that got the audience gathered at the auditorium an unforgettable experience when he took the microphone to perform his numerous hit songs.

As the success of the show continues to make waves online and in the media space, Mr. Philip Ambrose Klinogo, who happens to be the CEO of the Pan African Society, the firm charged to put the concert together has revealed how the show was this successful.

Even though there is a weird perception that Ghanaians in the diaspora hardly go out for concerts when musicians from the country go there, Mr. Philip Ambrose Klinogo revealed that this time the situation was completely different.

He disclosed that by the immense grace of God, they were able to put the concert together without any serious challenges.

The happy event’s promoter also indicated that when he saw the auditorium completely packed with over 2000 people he gave praise to God for making the concert a success.

He also appreciates the efforts of Piesie Esther, Nacee and the other acts  for their massive contribution to the planning and for giving their fans an unforgettable  experience.

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