Gospel artiste Akosua Yeboah to launch campaign against depression on April 2


Ghanaian gospel artiste, Akosua Yeboah will on Friday, April 2, 2021, launch a project titled ‘Depression Kills Campaign’ as part of her efforts to impact lives in society.

Born Christabel Nana Akosua Yeboah, the young gospel sensation in addition to touching lives and winning souls for Christ, has decided to embark on a number of projects this year. After months of planning with her team, she has settled on embarking on the first project in April Speaking exclusively to Ghanaalert News on the ‘Depression Kills Campaign’, Akosua Yeboah has explained that she wants to use the project to create awareness on depression and offer help to people suffering from the mood disorder which has broken down a lot of people. According to the gospel singer, the project seeks to reach out to depressed people, while carrying out education across Africa and the world to educate people on what depression is all about. The ‘Depression Kills Campaign’ after a press launch on April 2 will be followed by a Musical Concert and a Fashion Show the following day. The Musical Concert which has been put together by the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and Akosua Yeboah Ministries (AYEM) will be hosted by the ‘God is Aware’ Hitmaker but will feature Celestin Donkor as a guest artiste.

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