The Singer gives a thrilling and exciting performance as a leader bringing together creative voices in Africa, Ghana into a wildfire worship experience.
In August 2021, Ghanaian UK-based worship leader, Niiella landed herself in a stupendous moment that she could not subside. After beholding herself singing songs from the Sanctuary Music- a community of worshippers based in the United Kingdom- in Ghana, and a reaffirmed encounter from a team on the same dream, She said ‘I believe God is telling us that it’s time to go back.
Like the woman at the well, her stalwart character assisted her to garner the utmost capacity in moving into the experience she was being called to make known to the continent of Africa.
To her bestowal, Ghana has always and will forever be her numero uno place of connection. A deeper span is from her love for the land and the connectedness in her experiences with the people.
After 10years of genuinely enjoying the worship experiences and communities in the UK, She felt the need to finally come back home and share everything she’s learnt with her Ghanaian family from vocal sessions to song writing camps and many more.
In quest to unearth creativity in preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ, the singer thoroughly had a picky encounter in selecting artists that fell in line with the mood of what God wants to do. ‘We all have different flavors and ways in which we present our gifts as creatives’ She said. This ideology served as a bedrock for her selection of artists who are anointed, young and still on the rise who represent the bridge between the old and young generation. With her exposure, being a bridge for others to ride on is one she yearns for achieving always.
The BET Sunday Best Top Ten Finalist allowed free entry but a pro bono online registration process as part of observing Covid-19 protocols.
Luigi Maclean, Philip Adzale, Kyei Mensah, Kofi Nkrumah, Efe Grace and the La Famille Music expounded the conversations of creativity in African gospel music on the 17th of October 2021 at the Agape house New Testament Church, East Legon Ghana in a more aesthetic ambience.
For her expectations and remarks, wildfire worship was one that God himself stood in line and claimed his authority. The many testimonies and open proclamation of Jesus’ sovereignty was one that proved the excess power and presence of God.
‘Overall it was a beautiful night in the presence of and many were inspired by my testimonies and my life experiences’ She said.