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YoutherFest 2017: Politicians, Actors, Pastors Meet to Set Fire

As part of commemorating the 60 years of Ghana’s independence, the Ghana Youth Ministry present the 7th edition of annual national non-denominational youth camp meeting, YOUTHERFEST 2017.

This year’s Youtherfest 2017 is to raise leaders, shape vision and impact society with generational builders to secure

the future of Ghana 60 years on.

This year’s camp meeting comes off from Tuesday, August 8 to Saturday, August 12, 2017 at All Nations University College, Koforidua on the theme, “Generational Builders’ Securing the Future”.

The youth festival that has a participation of well-known Motivational Speakers and Entrepreneurs both from overseas and Ghana will this year have Madam Obuobia Darko Opoku, Member of Parliament postulant, Apostle B. B. Fredrick, Pastor and Entrepreneur, Nana Kyei-Amponsah, Engineer and Director of Harvest Christian Academy, Albert Krampah, a Renowned Relationship Counselor, Albert AsiheneArjarquah, a Prophet, Timothy Bentum, and Pascal Amanfo, Actors and Movie Producers, as headline Speakers.

Last year at the Aburi Training Centre, the event drew close to 700 attendees. It also had a massive patronage of youth in the corporate and tertiary institutions. The youth festival provides a fair-like atmosphere for diverse groups to conduct demonstrations in Dance, Music, Spoken Word, Gospel Rap and Motivations. Youtherfest has been the house hold name of this youth festival for the past 7years.

The Director of the Ghana Youth Ministry, Daniel Kwame Asare speaking in an interview affirmed that, “this year’s youth festival is going to be the best thing to happen to the country, because lives will be transformed, generations will be saved and a massive turnaround of financial wealth will be impacted”.

The youth and young adult in Ghana are therefore urged to put their hands on deck to be part of this super amazing Christian youth revolution to influence society and cause change to secure the future.

The Ghana Youth Ministry is a non-denominational youth wing comprising of young ministers of both genders from all walks of life who have devoted themselves to inspiring young generations to become better people as well as help transform Africa.

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