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Princess Anne returns with Our Helper

By Chinonso Ihekire
19 November 2022   |   3:33 am
The Akanam Nkwe hit maker, Princess Anne Inyang, has returned with a new hit single titled Our Helper, which premiered on YouTube recently.

The Akanam Nkwe hit maker, Princess Anne Inyang, has returned with a new hit single titled Our Helper, which premiered on YouTube recently.
  
Now based in Ontario Canada, Nigeria’s lady of gospel songs said her new song is more of a prayer and supplication asking for God’s divine intervention in the land.
  
“I love my country, I love our food, fashion, music etc. We are very intelligent people, we should not be where we are today,” she added.  

The rhythm of the song original Naija gbedu that gets anybody that hears it dancing. She enjoined her fans to download it, play it everyday as a prayer to God and enjoy it.
  
“As we all lift up our voices to sing along prayerfully, God will hear us from heaven and heal our land,” she concluded.
  
Princess Anne is the original author of many popular songs used in churches not only in Nigeria, but also worldwide. She has four albums and her last album release was in 2013. 
  
Songs like Things Are Getting Better; God Cannot Lie; Ekwak Ubok; You Are Worthy Lord; Yesu Uni Wangu; Twinba Lelo; Open The Flood Gates; Nkana N’comprehend; God Punish The Devil, Pure Fire, My Helper O, to mention a few were written by this legend of gospel music and multi award winner. This new song is an adaptation from her original song, My Helper.
  
The artiste is great stage performer, God worshipper and minister of the gospel who has ministered in many small and major concerts in Nigeria such as the Akwa Ibom Christmas Carol 9999; River’s State Christmas Carol events; Aso Rock Villa concerts; Reinhard Bonnke Crusades; Benny Hinn’s crusades; Yinka Yusuf’s crusades, HOTR Jesus And Me JAM concerts in Abuja, etc.
  
She has also performed in many countries of the world including the United States, United Kingdom, Ghana, Congo, Canada (Ontario multicultural events), South Africa, among others.