Pastor Nathaniel Bassey Jets in Today
Nigerian gospel jazz star, Nathaniel Bassey, is expected in the country today ahead of the “Fearless Praise Concert” to be held at Celebration Centre on Africa Day.
Bassey is well known for his #HallelujahChallenge, which he started in June 2017, where he and other believers worship God for an hour, from midnight to 1 am and in less than a month, he had over 600,000 views on Instagram.
He is expected to share the stage with Pastor Bonnie Deuschle, Janet Manyowa, Tembalami Praise and Ellard Cherayi at the Celebration Centre.
The Fearless Praise concert marketing consultant Thandi Nyoni confirmed Bassey’s arrival.
“Pastor Nathaniel will arrive in the country on Wednesday (Today) alongside his full band; it will be a memorable worship experience not to miss,” said Nyoni.
The Nigerian musician has made waves on the continent and abroad with his spiritually loaded melodies that have been in the revival of many Christians.
Together with other Nigerian acts such as Victoria Orenze and Dunsin Oyekan, they have gradually reconfigured the church to focus more on Jesus through powerful worship songs.
Nigerian gospel singer Minister GUC performed live at Belgravia Sports Club in April before his fellow gospel singer Adah Ehi performed live at the Harare International Conference Centre early this month.
“The theme for this year’s Action Conference is Abiding in the Holy Spirit,” Nyoni said.
“Also note that Fearless Praise will be held on Africa Day and what better way to praise the King of Kings than with a well-renowned African worshipper like Nathaniel Bassey.”
The Action Conference kicks starts on May 24 and also features local artists such as Ellard Cherayi, Bonnie Deuschele, Janet Manyowa and Tembalami.
The Fearless Praise concert tickets are available at Worldwide Bookstore at Celebration Centre Borrowdale, Kenlink Pharmacies and www.ticketbox.co.zw.