Gospel artiste set for night of worship performance
TANZANIAN contemporary gospel artiste Paul Clement will perform on the Making the Great Services (MGS) event dubbed a ‘Vessel of Honour’ this coming Sunday at City Harvest Auditorium in Mabibo Garage, Dar es Salaam.
Clement is a gifted vocalist and a worship leader who has ministered to thousands of people countrywide in mega concerts such as ‘Night of Worship’, ‘The Drive’, ‘Aflewo’ to mention but a few.
MGS event is a monthly youth gathering which mostly brings together students from all universities based in Dar es Salaam to share and learn life experience which can shape up their careers and goals.
The gathering brings forward its growing cadre of background high profile professionals into the spotlight.
High profile speaker Dr Charles Sokile who is a Public Sector Advisor from United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) in Tanzania will share and mentor the young professionals with outstanding great goals to achieve and nurture talents.
Other invited guest is Luphurise Lema, a motivational speaker, marriage and relationship counsellor and Tanzania’s first ever Yellow Diamond Elite Executive of Trevo Tanzania who will share her testimony on how to live successful.
On healthy issues, a very experience social worker and dentist Agnes Rwegasha will share healthy living tips for better life.
The event promises to be powerful, uplifting, pure, sincere, invigorating and expressive according to event coordinator Abednego Mhagama.
“It is an event to renew our personal lives with the hopes of igniting a national wide movement towards national physical and mind renewal,” he said.
Clement is fuelled by his passion to see young people in Tanzania inspired to worship and praise God through Spiritborn music and lyrics and to see God’s name lifted through his music.
He can easily be seen as one of the frontrunners of Tanzanian contemporary gospel players but what sets this distinguished musician apart is his ability to draw from traditional Tanzanian sounds to create a sound that represents both creative passion and his culture.
MGS has been organised by City Harvest Church Dar es Salaam and targets the young generation of professionals of higher learning students.