FootPrint PoolSide Praise

It was fun packed, full of ecstacy and excitement, as footprint poolside praise stormed the poolside of the University of Ghana,Legon. Before the start of the programme, The MC, Sunny fm and FootPrint TV Presenter, Fiifi Folson succeded in keeping the place alive by giving patrons of the program an opportunity to sing the songs of their favourite artistes present whiles the sound was being sorted out.

This year’s poolside praise dubbed TEAM PLAY EDITION saw various artistes team up to minister on one stage.

Team one had Jay Shaddy and Francis Amo. Team two saw Esaias,Kingskid and Regardless. Team three had Joe Mettle and Gifty Osei. Team four had Nii Okai, Akese Brempong and John Winner. Team five had Obaapa Christie and Joyce Blessing.

Joe Mettle and Gifty Osei mounted the stage first but to the disappointment of patrons each of them performed their individual songs.

Then the unlikely duo of Jay Shaddy n Francis Amo stormed the stage. Indigenous Ghanaian Gospel dude. To the disapointment of critics, Shaddy and Amo blended nand nearly turned the stage upside down when they performed together doing a rendition of their songs together.

Then Akese Brempong, Nii Okai and John Winner continued from where Shaddy and Amo left off. They made patrons feel high-ray when they gave the ever green song ‘mokobe’ a raggae twist with akese brimpong garnishing it with his raggae vibes while Nii Okai doing the solos. John Winner crowned their ministration with his powerful single

Then Supt. Kofi Sarpong, Selina Boateng and OJ from the indigenous Gospel camp took the programme to another level. Selina Boateng started and then passed the Barton to Supt. Kofi Sarpong and then OJ finished the race with his ‘Tekue eh’ hit song making the crowd yearn for more.

Then Obaapa Christy and Joyce Blessing hit the stage with Obaapa Kristy rolling back the years and Joyce Blessing doing her own thing with Obaapa Christy supporting her.

As usual and very characteristic of Ghanaian programs, the program slated for 2pm, started after 4pm

Patrons were noticed leaving in the middle of the program probably due to the programme beginning to eat into the night because of its late star


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