Glad Tidings! Aiteo Hosts 2021 Praise Concert

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Glad Tidings! Aiteo Hosts 2021 Praise Concert

Glad Tidings!  Aiteo Hosts 2021 Praise Concert
December 05
04:25 2021

Like persistent, soothing draft of the north wind across the Pacific, glad tidings of happiness and joy rent the air in Lagos, even as you read. The reason is hardly far-fetched!

Not fewer that twenty four gospel ministers have been lined up for the 2021 Aiteo Praise programme billed for Saturday, 18th December, 2021.

A free-entry event to be held at Glitz Event Centre, Lekki, is Aiteo Group’s faith-based annual platform for established and upcoming gospel ministers to worship God in gratitude for how the year has been while ushering them into the coming year.

With a theme titled ‘Jehovah Mephalti (The Lord My Deliverer)’ the event parades a powerful line-up that has top ministers like Apostle Joshua Selman, founder and Senior Pastor of the Eternity Network International; Pastor Jerry Eze of Streams of Joy International and Apostle Tomi Arayomi of Restoring Issachar’s Generation.

Songs ministrations would be led by established gospel artistes such as: Sinach, Nathaniel Bassey, Tope Alabi, Chioma Jesus, Tim Godfrey, Mike Aremu, Eben, Efe Nathan and Mercy Chinwo. Others are Victoria Orenzi, Nene Olajide, Chika 100%, Lily Perez, Folabi Uel, Tony Adoki, Sensational Bamidele, Abbey Ojomu, Gospel Force, Tobe & Jesse, Dr. Ugomma, Daniel Osueke and Mr M. & Revelations.

In what promises to be explosive twelve hours of worship from 9a.m. to 9 p.m, arrangements have been put to place to ensure a COVID-19 Protocol Compliance, security, safety and welfare of worshippers on the said day, as free face masks and free food and drinks will be served at the event.

The event will have as anchors Ndiana Matthew and Ify Agah.

Aiteo Praise is one of the platforms through which Aiteo group gives back to the society. The Aiteo Praise concert is an annual end-of-the-year family gospel event, featuring gospel artistes and popular gospel ministers on the same stage in Lagos.

Benedict Peters, founder and chairman of Aiteo Group, one of Nigeria’s largest indigenous oil and gas organisations, believes an event of such magnitude shouldbe organised where people come together to glorify God for all He has done in their lives in the course of the year. Peters is a Christian whose philanthropic gestures spread across the country without prejudice to tribe or sect.

Aiteo Group has sponsored praise concerts organised by organisations over the years.

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