Gospel artiste set for night of wor­ship per­for­mance

The African - - POT POURRI - BY JOSEPH LINO

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.

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