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Gospel artiste Diana Antwi Hamilton donated items to the Nungua Children’s Home

UK based Ghanaian gospel artiste, Diana Antwi Hamilton on January 23, 2019, donated to the New Life Nungua Children’s Home as part of her annual donations for about 5 years in a row now.

The ‘I Believe’ hitmaker revealed that even though she was unable to make the donation during the Christmas season as she always does, so was very happy that she has been able to do it now. The celebrated musician in the quick chat before the donation further stated that the decision to donate to the children‘s home was something she settled on some years ago after the home caught fire.

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She added that the Lord gave her the direction to go and help the home and certainly it is a decision she has not regretted. Some of the items donated to the Nungua Children’s Home included toilet rolls, drinks, cooking oils, bags of rice among other items.

The donation forms part of the activities that are leading up to this year’s ‘The Experience with Diana Antwi Hamilton’. The praise and worship gospel event is set to commence at Accra on the 10th of February at the Calvary Temple (ICGC), Sakumono. The likes of Ceccy Twum, Amy Newman and Cwesi Oteng are billed to bless patrons.

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The second and last phase of ‘The Experience’, comes off in Kumasi on the 17th of February at the Church of Pentecost – Bantama. Gospel musicians Kwaku Gyasi, Bro Sark and Kofi Sarpong will be ministering.

 

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