Ohemaa Mercy filled the 21,000 capacity Oil Dome for Tehillah X – (Pictures & Videos)
Ghanaian gospel musician Ohemaa Mercy made on Sunday, August 13th night filled the 21,000-capacity Oil Dome of Royal House Chapel Int. with worshippers from all over the country for a decade celebration of her annual Tehillah Experience.
According to the event organizing team close to 30,000 patrons showed up for the celebratory event, which saw Mercy and the hosts of other guest ministers perform various gospel hits songs to the glory of God and the admiration of the audience.
Ohemaa Mercy is considered one of the trailblazers in the gospel industry, using contemporary styles while staying true to her worship and prophetic gospel music. She is one of the finest and most respected gospel acts in Ghana who continually garner love and admiration for her ministry.
The night was filled with different voices of ministration in worship, praise, and prayer raised to God. This year’s edition being the 10th-anniversary celebration edition had a lot of anointed gospel artists such as SK Frimpong, Efe Grace, Kofi Owusu Peprah, Mike Stuckey, Diana Hamilton, Ceccy Twum, Sunmisola Agbebi, Mr & Mrs Revelation, Joe Bechem. Each of these ministers took turns leading the people of God into intimate worship and praise.
Ohemaa Mercy as you’d expect brought on her prophetic worship and intense declaration of all which was preceded by an awesome grand entry Mercy treating fans to a night of praise, worship, and hit songs that highlighted her versatile musical gifts. The Oil Dome was filled with thousands of voices joining hers to give thanks and glory to God.
The Tehillah Experience concerts started in 2013 and have become a major date on the Ghanaian entertainment calendar. This year’s milestone anniversary concert cemented Mercy’s status as one of the nation’s biggest music stars.
“I am so grateful to my fans who have been with me from the start and continue to support me,” she added. “I pray this celebration will be a channel of blessing to each and every one of them.”
The historic occasion demonstrated Mercy’s appeal across different demographics in Ghana, bringing together diverse crowds for a memorable worship experience. It also showed the continuing rise and success of gospel music in the country.