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11th December 2011, 07:32 PM
It was an exciting night where not only the presence of God could be felt in a packed National Theatre, but the popular Azonto dance equally got its fair share on the Christian stage - christened Christozonto.

It is not clear whether the dance moves were from the impartation of the Holy Spirit, or as a result of modernity gone wild in the church, but what was unequivocally clear was that, Christozonto was just everywhere – it was the main course of dance menu for the night.

Daughters of Glorious Jesus performing at the event

The 2011 Stratcomm Africa Praise Jam was just a spirit-filled encounter; an encounter fueled with several seasoned gospel acts. Notable among them are the Harmonious Chorale, Calvis Hammond & Joe Mettle, Becky Bonney, Danny Nettey, Cwesi Oteng, Stella Seal, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, and the Man on Sax, Rev Albert Asante.


This year’s concert caps Stratcomm Africa’s 17th anniversary which fell in May this year. Over the years the company has been a touchbearer in the execution of top-notch communication strategies for corporate Ghana.

The company, which says its “foundation is Jesus Christ, the solid rock of ages”, specialises in communication and reputation management. It helps in evolving and implementing communication strategies for public and private companies, individuals as well as governmental institutions in both national and international settings.

The night itself came with its many folds of surprises. The CEO of the company interestingly was not only a beauty to behold, she was a songstress and a dancing diva too. Her husband, Tsatsu Tsikata, as gentle and quiet as he is, was lost in the charged atmosphere to the glory of God.


Tsatsu Tstika could be seen from time to time singing, tapping his toes, standing or raising his hands to the maker – it’s a shame he did not try his dancing skills on the dance floor or maybe perhaps give the microphone a go just like his wife did – that woman has got swag! Yes, she is Esther Amba Numaba Cobbah, how sweet!

Each performer on the night came prepared. So were the hundreds, who filled each given seat at the National Theatre. They had in their hands Stratcomm Africa branded white handkerchiefs – ready to dance and wave them to the glory of God.

From the word go, it was a dancing fiesta throughout the show. Each artiste was just thrilling, not forgetting the duo Borteley Afutu and Owura Osei Korankye who gave off an exciting poetry and appellation performances respectively.

Apart from the main acts for the night, the Stratcomm Africa Family with their CEO in their midst, also delighted patrons to a memorable performances, forget about the quaky voices – the attempt was worthwhile.

After five hours of exciting performances, Bible readings, messages, sharing of souvenirs, the word of God and an icing performance from Stella Seal and the evergreen Daughters of Glorious Jesus, the 2011 Stratcomm Africa Praise Jam came to a close with a message that, people should be appreciative and always show gratitude to our maker.