Vibrant believers of the Gospel of Christ popularly known as Jesus Gang have successfully held the maiden edition of their prophetic ‘MOVE’ event at the University of Professionally Studies, Accra [UPSA].
The event came off at the premises of the institution on the 1st of May 2021 with the presence of an amazing audience and crowd.
Jesus Gang from their COVID conscious entrance, and amazing red carpet display made sure the event was successfully held with their magnificent and mind blowing stage set up.
Before 5pm as promised earlier by the group in a press statement last month, audience had been greeted and welcomed by Ushers who made sure they got their hands sanitized and nose masks on before proceeding to register and get their red carpet experiences and feels.
The prophetic event was immediately kicked off by Emcee, Esinam Seade after intercessory prayers had been led by Reverend Anthony Okyere.
Esinam Seade, a public speaker and business influencer, tactically welcomed guests at the event with a performance from Sandra Affeh followed by a song ministration by Minister Igwe who got the entire crowd on their feet with his magnificent and powerful performance.
Audience were served with a documentary explaining the mission of Jesus Gang, with brief ads reminding them of the existing protocols at the night.
Next to Minister Igwe was Selassie Oborn whose choir in red outfits and sneakers was led by him to give audience an amazing performances with their beautiful voices.
Award- winning rapper and frontline act of VRMG, Edem also on stage, performed his two inspirational songs, ‘power’ and ‘Go harder’. He also went into a worship mode by performing a cover of gospel hit song ‘Capable God’ by Judikay.
Before leaving the stage at the night, Edem surprised the crowd and audience by performing ‘Koko’ of decorated and superstar rapper, E.L together with the rapper with himself.
Selassie Oborne again with the choir took the crowd through a moment of worship at the night. Prophet Bernard Eshun preached to the crowd on how one can know God to avoid false prophecies after a few more worship songs from the choir.
About ending the program, a member of Jesus Gang, Esther said,
“We would like to thank God for showing up and showing out. The experience superseded our team’s expectations, and we’d urge that everyone who came, or even missed, follow us on our social media pages for more events to come!”
To the end, the Bishop thanked the group and encouraged the congregation to support more of such events.