Ghanaian gospel artiste Jayana left congregants asking for more as her spiritually uplifting ministration touched the hearts of many at the Action Chapel International.
Born Jemima Annor-Yeboah, Jayana ministered together with gospel acts, Joe Mettle, MOG, Irene amongst others at the Vision Concert in honour of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams who celebrated his birthday on May 12.
A worship and praise night described by many as a spirit-filled encounter with God and the most attended gospel event to celebrate Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the presiding archbishop, and general overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry.
Jayana’s contemporary music style is fast defining her distinct in the gospel industry.
Jayana is noted for her soul-touching ministrations, making an immense impact on followers of gospel music.
Her formative years were spent soaking up the contemporary gospel, and praise and worship.
She is the second daughter of the Late Bishop Dr Augustine Annor-Yeboah, founder of Christian Praise International Centre (CPIC).
Born in Accra, Jayana’s musical career started at the age of ten  and she has since blossomed into a gem.
She participated in the maiden edition of the Stars of the Future talent show, competing with the likes of Irene Logan, Jean now Efya, Ramzy Prince Amui and others.