At the just ended Jesus Christ Encounter event on December 2, Nigerian gospel artist Nathaniel Bassey gave a little advice with his Ghanaian counterparts.
He prayed them to move from singing in local dialects to English for a bigger international impact.
Nathaniel Bassey communicated that singing in Twi limited global visibility for Ghanaian artists.
He prophesied a future where these artists would host events in Nigeria and worldwide, with their songs reaching a global audience.
“In the next 4 to 5 years, Psalmists from Ghana will come to Nigeria and host their own concert, and your songs will rise from Ghana to the nations of the earth,” he declared.
While admitting the love for local dialects like Twi, Bassey also encouraged Ghanaian music ministers to write songs in English. He dwelled on the anointing on them and the importance of sharing their songs with the world.
In this prophetic message, Bassey encourages unity and the need to make conscious effort to break language barriers. He also envisioned a future where Ghanaian gospel music flies globally.
His words are a source of inspiration and encouragement for the artists to travel for the linguistic boarders as they verbalize their God-given talents.
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