He was born to the late Eld. Alfred Kofi Nyadedzor and Dss. Mrs Margaret Nyadedzor in 1972 at Nsawam Adoagyiri. He started his education at Nana Osae Djan Experimental Primary and continued at St Martin’s secondary and Pope John’s Secondary. He later travelled to the U.K to further his education at West Thames College and City & Islingtin College and obtained Advance Certificate in International Trade.
Daniel, who became born Again on December 1987 into the Church of Pentecost Nsawam has since served the church in various capacities including district youth ministry leader in Adoagyiri district and presiding elder for Kofisah n Darmang assemblies.
Currently the president of the Feltham PIWC Harlesden district youth ministry in the U.K, Eld. Dan was also privileged to served as a presiding elder for nearly ten years and also a district executive member.
Eld. Dan, who started as chorus leader in Palm Temple C.O.P in Adoagyiri district, continued when he arrived in the UK COP Heston Assembly until he discovered his God endowed gift of composing and receiving songs inspirationally through studying the word, preaching by ministers and meditation.
According to Elder Dan., God is using him through his ministering to set people free from their troubles, sin, mending hearts, inspiring and encouraging people to believe in the Lord and above all, reach out to the poor and needy bringing them hope and closer to the Almighty.
With numerous songs in his archives and 2 albums to his credit, Elder Dan looks forward to releasing a third album by the end of the year titled “Atmosphere” which will be launched at the Wembley Harlesden district and is expected to be a huge success. One of the singles “Fanning the Pentecostal Fire” off the album carved out of the COP worldwide theme from 2Timothy 1:5-7 to bless the body Christ worldwide to impact the youth and the next generations to come
He has also undertaken ministrations at various districts of C.O.P in the U.K, Christ Apostolic Church House of God and many others. Download “Fanning the Pentecostal Fire” below