Excitement and anxiety hits churches in the city of Abuja as all is now set for the first ever Hosanna Children Choir Challenge Season 1. This event is organised by precepts foundation Nigeria, a children foundation that focuses on winning children to God’s Kingdom and mentoring them through music, arts and culture.
The event count down is less than a week, is to hold on Sunday the 3rd of September 20l7 at the merit house, Maitama, Abuja, 3pm. According to spokes person of the foundation Rajuno Edem, ” this year’s event is a top-notch event to host over 30 participating children choir, ranging from, Mountain of fire ministries, Redeemed Christian Church of God, Shepherds House Assembly, TREM, Winners Chapel, Upper room Covenant Assembly, Winners house assembly WIHOFA, Church of God Mission, amongst others.
Meanwhile popular Christian icons to play host judge at the event include music producer Wole oni, First Lady of RCCG throne room Dayo Laniyi, Steve Crown and founder WOMAN Africa ijeoma Emeribe .
We call on parents, guidance and residents of Abuja not to miss this life changing event that would turn around and positively direct our children for a better society” according to the organisers cash prize for the winners is a whopping l00 thousand naira, all expense paid recording for the winning team with some popular Christian acts and life time mentoring by the foundation.
Hosanna children choir challenge Africa edition is anticipated to be held in South Africa sometimes in 2018. 0rganizers informed.
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