Ghanaian gospel music performer Selina Boateng readies for her maiden 2020 release dubbed “Yesu Mogya” which in other language means “ the blood of Jesus”.
The song according to her is to revive Ghana in this time of COVID-19 outbreak to call upon Jesus Christ who had died on mount Calvary for man’s redemption.
“This is a song I received from God after the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease. I believe the Lord will surely work a tremendous miracle through this release and Ghana will be redeemed from such pandemic. We shouldn’t rely much on science but to revive our faith in Christ and call upon the blood that attorned for the since of mankind” she said.
Selina Boateng who is married to a Pentecost Elder, Isaac Berchie, in the Ashanti Region last year is back into the music business after going away on honeymoon for a period of time.