Stella Seal Returns with Healing In Worship

Veteran gospel musician Stella Seal will Sunday May 26, bring back glorious memories to Christians as she is set to perform at the Osu Presby Hall in Accra. The adorable singer has been off the music scene for a while, though she has been ministering behind the scenes. Dubbed, Night of Healing in Worship, the concert is organized by her Stella Seal Ministries and UniBank. It is expected to bring back the onetime hot gospel songstress onto Ghana�s gospel music scene while she wins more souls for Christ. The programme will start at 4:00pm and run into Sunday evening. Stella Aba Seal, as she is called, is a gospel musician of many years with about nine soul-inspiring and uplifting albums. The second of four siblings, she was born to Madam Violet Addo from Anum Boso and Mr. Theophilus Seal, (deceased) who was half British and half Cameroonian in the Eastern Region. She started her primary education at the New Town 4 School and continued at the Kotobabi 2 Middle School. Stella trained as a secretary at the Accra Polytechnic after her GCE �O� level in 1981 at the City Secondary and Business College at Caprice in Accra. After Accra Poly, she went to a dressmaking school at the former Singer Sewing Company, now known as Kalbs, where she learnt how to sew. She later went to the Ghana Airways Training School where she passed out with AITA�s Basic Certificate in passenger handling, sales and reservations. All that while, she was singing in the church�the Ghana Evangelical Society (GES) in Accra. She subsequently joined the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) after five years at GES for another five years before she decided to record her first album.� She has since not looked back.