Joyce Blessing Involved In A Nearly Fatal Accident But Thanks Be To God, She Survived It-The Story

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We would have woken up to some really bad news but thanks to the grace of God upon the life of Gospel Musician, Joyce Blessing, she survived a fatal accident last night when she was on her way to go perform for a show.

Yes, reports has gathered is that the Zylofon signed artiste, suffered a nearly fatal accident when she was on her way with the Zylofon team to go perform at the Bliss Of The Hills music festival at Kwahu Abetifi.

Joyce Blessing placed a call to one of the workers at Zylofon Media and he confirmed the reports but disclosed that Joyce Blessing is safe now and currently at the 37 military hospitals. The rep added that three others in the car suffered some minor injuries but they are alive and kicking.

We thank God for their lives. We would keep you posted when we gather some more details.

A picture of the damaged car

A picture of the damaged car

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