Night of ‘unlimited praise’ in Lagos, Abuja
• McDowells, Bassey, Chioma Jesus, Sinach to light up Abuja
• Micloupraise, Frank Sax, Mc Okpetu set for Lagos showdown
Several gospel music ministers from across the globe, including renowned American worship leader, Pastor William McDowell, will this Friday perform at the 2020 Nation’s Worship, which is holding in Abuja.
Organised by Dunamis International Christian Centre, the yearly event, with the theme: ‘Divine Takeover’, is expected to feature other music ministers such, Nathaniel Bassey, Sinach, Chioma Jesus, Deborah Paul-Enenche, Dunsin Oyekan, Prospa Ochimana, Emma Sings, Daniel Eriko, Owie Abutu as well as Shola Daramola and the Dunamis Voice.
Speaking ahead of the programme scheduled to hold at the Glory Dome, the Lord’s Garden, the Senior Pastor of the Church, Dr. Paul Enenche, said several music ministers have been lined up to lead God’s people into intense worship and praise at the concert.
Enenche, who stressed on the need to be part of the event, which starts by 9:00pm, said: “Kindly pray along with us, participate, if possible, and most importantly, invite others for this worship concert designed to shape the destiny of our nation and others. This edition of the concert would feature top gospel music ministers from Nigeria and the international community. Remain blessed.”
Meanwhile, after a successful maiden edition, St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Oriyemi-Ipaye Close, Paiko, Idimu, Lagos, will equally hold its concert tagged, A Night of Unlimited Praise 2, this Friday, January 31, 2020.
One of the most anticipated praise nights in Ipaja Deanery of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Christian faithful will be treated to a night of unforgettable spiritual connection, singing and worshiping of God.
Holding at the parish’s premises, the event has an amazing lineup of artistes such as, Micloupraise, P-Might, Kings Praise, Jenny Loben Ejyke Praise, Sammy King, Angelic Music Lovers, Godswill Pgi, Yomi Praise, Mc Obams, Frank Sax, Mc Okpetu, Snookie 9ja, Kenny Melody, Oluwa Bright, RWC Drama crew, St Lawrence’s choir and others.
“After the first edition, which was exciting and spiritually defining,” said Mrs. Elizabeth Agbonhese, chairperson of the parish’s laity council, “we felt the need to begin the year with such a praise night.”
According to the lady, “the parish is gearing up to take the praise concert to another level. With spirit filled acts, you cannot afford to miss the refreshing and uplifting experience in the presence of God.”
She added, “after this edition, the vision is to make ‘Night of Unlimited Praise’ the biggest of its kind within the Catholic community in Lagos Archdiocese.”
The concert begins at 10.00pm till dawn.