Wednesday, April 15, 2015

MUSIC: Assent Tweed – Something More Than Gold


The multi-talented singer, songwriter, instrumentalist ( keyboardist) and music director at Christ Embassy Southern Africa, Assent Tweed has released brand new single titled “Something More Than Gold”.

“Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ, and maketh manifest the savour of his knowledge by us in every place” Corinthians 2:14

 

EVENT: Samsong To Host Album Release Concert & 25 Years On Stage Celebration May 10

Ace Gospel music vocalist and multi-award winner ‘Samsong’ AKA ‘Churchboy’ is set to release his fifth studio album in a music concert like never before. This concert also features his Silver Jubilee celebration of 25 Years on stage doing music professionally.

Samsong who is popularly known for evergreen hit songs such as ‘Count Your Blessings’, ‘Bianule’, ‘Odogwu’, to mention a few is going all out this time with features on his new album titled “ON TOP OF THE WORLD” from gospel music heavyweights Sinach, Midnight Crew, Panam Percy Paul, Joe Praise, Chris Morgan, Paul Nwokocha as well as Omenesa, Promise Benson, Steve Willis and Richy Rich.

The concert will feature live on stage Sinach, Joe Praise, Panam Percy Paul, Chioma Jesus, Solomon Lange, Chris Morgan, Asu Ekiye, Omenesa, Steve Willis, Promise Benson and many more.

Date: May 10th, 2015
Venue: Transcorp Hilton, Abuja
Time: 5pm (Red Carpet starts 4pm)
Gate: N1,000 Regular N3,000 VIP

Worship With Gbenga Adenuga (WWGA); The Third Edition May 17

Rave-making gospel act, Gbenga Adenuga, will set Lagos agog again on Sunday May 17th when he hosts the third edition of his live worship concert series for music lovers.

Tagged Worship With Gbenga Adenuga (#WWGA), the concert holds at the AGIP hall of the MUSON Centre, Onikan from 5 – 8pm.

The Awimayehun crooner is expected to take participants right to the throne of grace with mastery delivery of some of his hit tracks. Other gospel artistes will also share the podium with him at the concert which is expected to attract no fewer than 400 worshippers.

Since the concert series debuted on Sunday January 11th 2015, it has continued to grow in stature and popularity, drawing massive worshippers. Adenuga has always utilized the platform to share some of his new compositions, ushering participants to unprecedented level of intimacy with their maker. 

Admission is FREE but REGISTRATION is required. Call 08099191662 to get registered OR click http://goo.gl/oSvUs7 to register online

Get Set For "1st Impression” Family Comedy Concert (Season 2) by Comedian, 1stBon

1stBon, Nigerian comedian and singer 1stBon who made a debut of his family comedy concert series 1st Impressions last year is set to return with a new season on Sunday, May 17, 2015.

The concert branded “1ST Impression (Season Two) with 1stBon LIVE” will feature various comedians and artistes to give the audience a memorable experience.

Some of the comedians expected to grace the stage include Omobaba, Koffi, Yaw, Helen Paul, Lepacious Bose, MC Abbey, Still Ringing, Peteru, Kenny Black amongst others. There will also be a special guest appearance by Alibaba.

You can also expect music performances by Nosa, Eben, Mike Abdul, Monique, Tobe Alabi, Big B, Psalmos, Bolaji Sax and many others.

Venue: Event Centre, Plot 1, Block B, Hakeem Balogun Street, Off Cadbury, Agidingbi, Alausa, Lagos.

Time: 3pm

Regular Tickets: N2000, VIP: N5,000, Table for 10: N100,000

It Is Uncertain Chibok Girls Will Be Found - Buhari

On the first anniversary of the kidnapping of hundreds of girls by Boko Haram from a school in northeast Nigeria, President-elect Muhammadu Buhari said he is uncertain whether the 219 who are still missing will ever be found.

"We do not know if the Chibok girls can be rescued. Their whereabouts remain unknown," Buhari said on Tuesday. "As much as I wish to, I cannot promise that we can find them." The President, who will take office May 29, added, "What I can pledge, with absolute certainty, is that starting on the first day of my administration Boko Haram will know the strength of our collective will and commitment to rid this nation of terror, and bring back peace and normalcy to all the affected areas."

One year ago, the schoolgirls were kidnapped from the town of Chibok by the extremist group, which has terrorized the northeastern regions of Nigeria for six years in an attempt to establish an Islamic caliphate.

Chibok kidnapping first anniversary, 20 parents have died

On 14 April, 2014, Boko Haram kidnapped 275 girls from their local school in Chibok, Nigeria. It was the Islamic extremist group's largest abduction in a long campaign of kidnappings and it generated global headlines at the time, with even the likes of Michelle Obama speaking up on their behalf. One year on and most of the girls - Open Doors sources say 232 - remain missing, government assurances have come to nothing, and Boko Haram's violence in the region has intensified.

Sadly, whatever their eventual fate, some of the girls will never see their parents alive again: the charity has learnt that parents of up to 20 of the girls have died due to stress-related diseases during the last year. Their deaths reflect the devastation caused by these kidnappings.

Chibok is just one of many communities which Open Doors is supporting as it lives with the aftermath of extremist violence.

Depreciating Value of Naira Can Affect Christian Pilgrimage Adversely - Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board

The Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board, Christian Wing, on Monday in Ibadan said the depreciating value of the Naira could adversely affect the 2015 pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

Mr David Ishola, Secretary to the board, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the exchange rate of the Naira to the dollar was a major determinant of the cost of pilgrimage.

He said, "the exchange rate of Naira to the dollar is a major determinant of the cost of pilgrimage.

"Last year, the Federal Government gave concessional exchange rate of one dollar to N150 but as we speak now a dollar is over N200.

"This means that this year, pilgrimage's cost will be higher and very few will be able to afford going on self-sponsored pilgrimage unless the Naira appreciates in value".

Ishola said that in 2014, only 566 Christian Pilgrims from the state journeyed to the Holy Land out of the 1,000 target the board had.

He appealed to the government not to discontinue the sponsorship of pilgrimage.

Unite Nigerians, Christians urge Buhari

THE Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN) has urged the president-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, to unite Christians, Muslims and those of other faith, for him to have a successful government.

CCN, one of the groups under the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), also drew Buhari’s attention to issue of power supply, as well as tackling of corruption, which cut across every sector of the government.

Its president, His Eminence Emmanuel Udofia and the general secretary, Reverend Dr Wushishi Yusuf, made the suggestions at a press briefing on Wednesday.

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