Reverend Father Albert Ofere is a Catholic priest from the Catholic diocese of Warri, currently based in the UK. His love for music has made music so handy for him while exercising his ministry as a priest. His new song ‘Onye Oma‘ dedicated to Jesus in the Holy Eucharist is meant to expose and teach people about the greatness, power and efficacy of the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, the centre of Catholic worship. Indeed we have a great source of strength and power in this Sacrament. Try it and you will never be disappointed.
Just before this new song the ever smiling priest recently demonstrated his love for praising God using music in a lovely tune,bringing Nigeria’s hottest high life king “FLAVOUR” on a gospel song, ‘God Dey My Side’ (remix), showing there’s no gap between d secular musicians and gospel singers. We are all God’s children indeed. Flavour demonstrates his flexibility as a complete musician on this very lovely and dancable tune.
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Next-Rated Gospel Award winning group,SAGE & Twcrew Kick-starts the year with the release of the final installment of their Worship Devotional – Series 1. The new song titled “Halleluyah“, serves as the 8th/Final Episode release from the project.
Talking about the project, SAGE shares ~ “Every word from the lord is seasoned for a particular time. Every song on this project is positioned to encourage and brighten the countenance of the saint, also to preach the Gospel of Christ to the lost.
We all go through life daily with battles to fight, challenges to overcome and problems to solve, some of which comes in different forms and sizes. The basis of all life issues is living without JESUS Christ or far away from HIM.
Our Hope is that by the mere resonance of “Halleluyah” in your spirit and with the lifting of your voice with this song, Christ will arise and shine, and all enemies will be scattered. Selah“
This is purely HIS (JESUS CHRIST) Voice resonating through Sage and Twcrew in this lovely piece “Halleluyah“