Cynthia Of ‘Daughters Of Glorious Jesus’ Is 50 Years Old

Pastor Cynthia

With their inspirational, melodic, and uplifting gospel songs, the Daughters of Glorious Jesus have blessed millions of people worldwide for more than 30 years. Cynthia Appiadu, who is now a pastor, is one of these three extraordinary singers.

She has had a significant impact on people’s lives over the course of her career as the group’s lead singer. The renowned gospel singer celebrates her 50th birthday today, March 19.

The singer, songwriter, and preacher, who was born on March 19, 1973, deserves to be honored on her birthday because her incredible and calming voice has had an impact on a lot of people’s lives.

The Beautiful Excursion Of The Daughters Of Glorious Jesus And A Lot More

Meanwhile, this is what was posted in the early hours of Sunday, March 19, which was a special day for the singer, on the group’s Instagram page.

“Happy Golden Jubilee Anniversary Pastor Cynthia, many blessings and more Grace as you mark this significant milestone!
Happy Birthday!”

Daughters of Glorious Jesus (DoG-J) is an established gospel band from Ghana that debuted in 1989. Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong, and Monica Owusu Ansah make up the musical group. They have written over fifty songs and sing in English and Twi.

The group holds the record for the most songs by a Ghanaian gospel artist. In 1990, they put out their first album, ‘Anwanwa Do’, which made them famous all over Ghana. They have over 12 albums to their credit. In 2019, the trio celebrated their 30th anniversary in Ghanaian music.

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