Teddy OT set to rock Bikkurim Concert on Jan 7


Ghanaian gospel musician, Teddy Owusu-Twum – affectionately called Teddy OT, has unveiled his concert dubbed Bikkurim. The event will take place at Wesley Towers, opposite UBA Bank Head Office, West Ridge on January 7, 2024. Patrons will enjoy undiluted ministrations from Empress Gifty, Piesie Esther, Diana Hopeson, Selina Boateng, Pastor Kofy, Seth Diamond, Oki Sekum, Mmatema Moremi and Miss Walters.

Speaking at a press conference at La Villa Boutique Hotel in Accra, Teddy said there had been a lot of prophecies directing him to come back to gospel music and he adhered to it. Teddy was optimistic that lives would be touched on the day, and urged the general public to be at the event to tap into the blessing.

He said Bikkurim, or first-fruits, are a type of sacrificial offering which was offered by ancient Israelites. “The first-grown fruits were brought to the Temple and laid by the altar, and a special declaration recited. The laws of this offering appear in the Bikkurim tractate of the Talmud,” he added.

According to Teddy, Bikkurim is described as “an acknowledgement that the harvest and abundance came because of the Lord’s promise”. Let us also note that “giving the first fruit offering is a declaration that you are trusting God’s unwavering promise of provision”.

He expressed his appreciation to all the wonderful musicians who accepted to be on the bill to impact lives through their ministry. Diana Hopeson, Empress Gifty, Piesie Esther, Pastor Kofy, Seth Diamond, who were at the press conference, further endorsed the concert and urged all and sundry to be part.

About Teddy OT

Teddy Owusu-Twum, popularly known as Teddy O.T. in the music industry, is a singer, songwriter and performer who also specialises in artiste management, event management and promotion, branding and media content production. Teddy is also a children’s rights/protection advocate and youth/women empowerment activist. He is also the founder of a child intervention organisation.

He released his first single in 2008 titled ‘Ghana for Peace’. This was in promotion of peaceful elections and later in 2010, he released his EP titled Makoma, coupled with a launch concert at Royal House Chapel International.

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