Akesse Brempong to host KODA, Kingzkid & more at Agape Carnival

For the 5th time running, versatile gospel act, Akesse Brempong, would be gathering thousands at the Achimota Retail Centre on Saturday 27th July for yet another edition of Accra’s biggest outdoor gospel music festival, Agape Carnival.

After packing up the West Hills Mall for two consecutive editions in 2015 and 2016, thrilling music lovers in the Garden City inside the Kumasi City Mall in 2017 and bringing it down to Jamestown last year, the Gospel Reggae Kingpin would once again shake up the very foundation’s of the Achimota Retail Centre with support from the Tribe of Judah.

Gracing the stages of Agape Carnival this year would be the Oil City’s very own, Kofi Duah Anto -KODA, sensational minstrel, Efe Grace, Urban Gospel icon, Kingzkid, and the ever-energetic praise machine, Paolo alongside several amazing side attractions and surprise deliveries.

As it has been always, the entire package and experience would be dished out for free on the forecourt of the Achimota Retail Centre at exactly 5pm.

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The event is powered by the Akesse Brempong Ministries.

Please Note: This is not your usual religious church concert. It’s a gathering of radical Jesus fanatics hungry to touch the heavens with their praise and worship for an evident change on earth and in their lives.

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