Gospel Musicians, Tope Alabi, Tim Godfrey, Chioma Jesus and Sammy Opkoso were among the those who ministered at Yadah, a musical concert organized by Papa Ayo Oritsejafor’s  The Word of Life Bible Church penultimate Friday.

Other gospel musicians who ministered included Jahsan Efele, Asu Ekiye, Doris Dumah, Jenny Igho, Ehi Edwards, Noel Robinson from the United Kingdom, Reggae gospel music Mystro, Buchi, Mairi Adia, who performed  under one roof to bring down the presence of God through praise and worship in the oil city of Warri.

Tagged ‘Praise Unlimited’ the gospel concert which is arguably the biggest concert in the Niger Delta region held at the 35,000 capacity auditorium.  Notable Christian leaders, captains of industries and top government functionaries made the event memorable.

The epoch making gospel concert started with opening prayers and was immediately followed with an intense praise and worship by the host choir, the Milk and Honey Choir.

An array of music ministers soon began to exchange the mic one after the other. A host of others made the stage an attraction with thousands of eyes permanently fixed on it. The Milk and Honey Choir also gave a special Christmas rendition to the delight of the audience who were reminded of the joyful season.

For the thousands of people that came from different parts of the world, it was the biblical dance of King David as no one held anything back in rendering dances of praise to the Lord. The senior Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church, Papa Ayo Oritsejafor and his amiable wife, Mama Helen, the chief hosts of the event were not left out as they danced to the rhythms of the song ministration by different artistes.

Rev. Joshua Talena gave a brief exhortation and made an alter call where hundreds of people gave their lives to Christ. Mama Helen Oritsejafor gave a vote of thanks to everyone for the huge success of the program before leading the closing benediction at about 5:30am.

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