The renowned Ghanaian gospel music group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, has given a miracle testimony of how their music helped to heal two mentally challenged people.
Cynthia Appiadu, the group’s leader, revealed this incredible event in an interview with Upside Down on Citi TV.
Cynthia told the touching tale of how two persons who had been battling mental health concerns were able to get well on the show.
She clarified that one of them was a man who had presided over an event as the Master of Ceremonies (MC). This person had encountered psychological difficulties on his return from Italy, and Cynthia reported that he felt healed after hearing one of the band’s songs.
“One of these persons is a man who was the MC of a program we attended… he was repatriated from Italy, so the trauma affected him mentally… he told us after listening to our song he was healed,” Cynthia shared during the interview.
The Daughters of Glorious Jesus, which included Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong, and Monica Owusu Ansah, formed in 1989.
Over the last three and a half decades, the group has become a household name in Ghana, grabbing the public’s hearts and minds with a vast repertoire of over a hundred songs. Their powerful and soul-stirring music has had an enduring impact, transforming lives and resonating with audiences across the country.