Nobel Nketsiah Mix 2017 (Ghana Gospel Songs)

Nobel Nketsiah's decision to become a musician instead of a health professional was initially resisted by his mother, who as a result stopped talking to him for quite sometime. However, Noble Nketia did not give up his cherished dream and went ahead into the music profession. Realising that it was his God given talent, his mother, the late Madam Veronica Fayosa, a Dispensary Assistant, co-operated and gave him all the needed support. His father Mr. Emmanuel Winfred Kofi Nketia, a music teacher and also founder of Greater Christian Singers, seemed to have had an influence on Noble’s interest in music. Noble Nketia, 27, was born at Winneba in the Central Region. He is the fifth of eight children to his father, but the first born of three to his mother. The only child of the relationship between his Mom and Dad. He, however, schooled and lived most of his life in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital. He started his education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Nursery, then to Christian Preparatory School, and to Calvary Preparatory and Junior Secondary School and finally completed his basic education at the Holy Spirit M. A. Junior Secondary School. He later enrolled into the Anglican Secondary School where he obtained his Senior Secondary School Certificate. Right from Junior Secondary School Form One, Noble Nketia joined the school choir and participated in various choral festivals organised by the District Education Unit for Schools in the district. He was also privileged to be a member of the district choir which won the first prize in the regional choral festival which was held in Tamale in 1996. Subscribe.....Subscribe ... Subscribe.. Subscribe... Subscribe..... Subscribe ... Subscribe.. Subscribe... Subscribe..... Subscribe ... Subscribe..Subscribe (Ghana Music 2017)
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Nobel Nketsiah's decision to become a musician instead of a health professional was initially resisted by his mother, who as a result stopped talking to him for quite sometime. However, Noble Nketia did not give up his cherished dream and went ahead into the music profession. Realising that it was his God given talent, his mother, the late Madam Veronica Fayosa, a Dispensary Assistant, co-operated and gave him all the needed support. His father Mr. Emmanuel Winfred Kofi Nketia, a music teacher and also founder of Greater Christian Singers, seemed to have had an influence on Noble’s interest in music. Noble Nketia, 27, was born at Winneba in the Central Region. He is the fifth of eight children to his father, but the first born of three to his mother. The only child of the relationship between his Mom and Dad. He, however, schooled and lived most of his life in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital. He started his education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Nursery, then to Christian Preparatory School, and to Calvary Preparatory and Junior Secondary School and finally completed his basic education at the Holy Spirit M. A. Junior Secondary School. He later enrolled into the Anglican Secondary School where he obtained his Senior Secondary School Certificate. Right from Junior Secondary School Form One, Noble Nketia joined the school choir and participated in various choral festivals organised by the District Education Unit for Schools in the district. He was also privileged to be a member of the district choir which won the first prize in the regional choral festival which was held in Tamale in 1996. Subscribe.....Subscribe ... Subscribe.. Subscribe... Subscribe..... Subscribe ... Subscribe.. Subscribe... Subscribe..... Subscribe ... Subscribe..Subscribe (Ghana Music 2017)
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1:13:57
Music Genre
Gospel
Publish Date
26 April 2018
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