So­cialites, Elites, Gospel Mu­si­cian, To Paint Ijebu Red With Praises

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - HIGH SOCIETY -

Come De­cem­ber 1st, 2017, first Fri­day of De­cem­ber to be pre­cise, the so­cialites, elites and who is who in the so­ci­ety will storm Ijebu-ode, Ogun State, for the maiden edi­tion of Ijebu Praise Con­cert. The con­cert, which is been pow­ered by Hon Ke­hinde Oden­eye (OK), will have pop­u­lar Chris­tian gospel artistes and their Mus­lim coun­ter­parts in the show. The con­cert pa­rades the likes of Lanre Teriba Atorise, Timi Orokoya Telemi, Ere Asalatu, Ajoke Omo­lope, Bola Obi, a fast-ris­ing up­com­ing gospel artiste, among oth­ers. Speak­ing on the forth­com­ing event that is al­ready gath­er­ing mo­men­tum in

Ijebu and its en­vi­rons, Hon Oden­eye, mem­ber rep­re­sent­ing Ijebu Cen­tral Fed­eral Con­stituency, said the event is not a po­lit­i­cal or re­li­gious gath­er­ing. “We are sup­posed to have a day to praise God, that was why we chose that day, which is the first day of the last month for the year. It is a day we want to use to praise God, ir­re­spec­tive of your re­li­gion or tribe, which is what we want to use that day for. It is not for Ijebu or Ogun State alone, but for the whole fed­er­a­tion. I ob­served that we don’t al­ways praise God enough in this coun­try, we want to use that day to praise God,” he de­clared.

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