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Strategic Communication Africa ltd (Stratcomm Africa) will on December 1, hold its 13th edition of Praise Jam.

Stratcomm Africa is an international communication and reputation management agency dedicated to using communication strategies as a means of enhancing performance. Every year for the past 13 years, Stratcomm Africa has created a platform of praise for corporate Ghana and the public to offer praise and thanksgiving to God for his protection throughout the year.

 The event, which is under the theme, “Bless the Lord, oh my soul” is set take place at the Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC) at the ATTC, Kokomlemle. The event will feature Ghana’s finest Gospel artiste, Minister Joe Mettle. Other Artistes billed for the event include; Esther Opiesie, Winneba Youth Choir and the PIWC Church Choir.

 Speaking on Uniiq FM Breakfast Show, the Chief Executive Officer of Stratcomm Africa, Esther A.N. Cobbah said ‘as a communications company, we just use the talent that God has given us to communicate the love of God and also the talent that God has given us as an event management company to create that event platform for the general to come and lift up praise and worship to God.”

 She added that, Stratcomm Africa have chosen the Praise Jam event as a communication company because the company believes that, just like the disciples who gave their boat to Jesus Christ to go to the other side to preach, the company can also give their boat of communication expertise as a communications company to Jesus Christ to preach out his message.

She therefore invited the general public, not only the Christians but also the non-Christians to the the Praise Jam to experience God’s glory and love.

 Story By: Mavis Arthur.

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