The brain behind the annual International Youth Empowerment Summit (iYes) event, pastor Brian Jones Amoateng has exclusively told zionfelix.net how much he spent on the first edition of the event in Kumasi.
The program which happened in Kumasi for the first time started from March 15 to 17 and Pastor Brian says he spent over a whopping sum of Gh350,000 on the event. According to him, this amount catered for the cost of the venue, transportation and accommodation of speakers, media men, sound, light, food for attendees and many other things.
Speaking to Zionfelix when he dashed gospel musician Bro. Fire a Honda Accord car, Brian Amoateng quickly added that this year’s edition of iYes in Accra which starts from August 21 to 23 will cost more than the amount he spent on the Kumasi show.
According to him, since this year’s event is the fifth edition in the capital of Ghana, it will be bigger than the previous years which clearly tells more cash will be pumped into it.
Giving hint on some of the speakers expected to speak from August 21, the founder and leader of London Prayer Center revealed that Rev Eastwood Annaba and his two other brothers, Daniel Amoateng and Sampson Amoateng will definitely be there but quickly added that they are still planning on other speakers for the Accra edition which will happen at the National Theater.
Watch Pastor Brian Amoateng’s interview with Zionfelix below: