By Ekaete Bassey
Singer and winner of Undertaking Fame West Africa 2010 Chidinma Ekile, who lately switched from secular to gospel music, was seen preaching in a beer parlour.
The singer, who revealed her new standing in a collection of publish on Instagram as she clocked 30, famous she is a “crusader of the gospel of Jesus” and has additionally launched a single ‘Jehovah Overdo’ to mark her rebranding.
The singer, who refers to self as Mummy GO, was seen in a latest video shared on her Instagram web page preaching in Yoruba language to a gaggle of younger males who had been consuming beer at a beer parlour.
The tip-time soldier, as she additionally refers to self, who lately disclosed that the satan had been profitable for too lengthy in her life however now she desires to make use of all of her skills to work for her father who’s in heaven and guarantee souls are received to His Kingdom is clearly dwelling as much as her vow with this latest video.
The gospel singer captioned publish: “Avenue Evangelism. The opposite day throughout our avenue evangelism….”
Social media customers have reacted to the video by applauding her braveness and religion whereas additionally praying for grace to do even rather more on her behalf.
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lizzyartstudio wrote: “God bless you for doing what a few of us have did not do.”
llinasbeadsandaccessories stated: “Could God proceed to guide you to carry extra souls to him within the identify of Jesus Christ. Amen.”
ojulewastudio tweeted: “Thanks Jesus… Angels rejoicing over the souls received.”
i_am_japhet_ wrote: “God hold blessing and enlarge u.”
thevasatileview stated: “Could the Lord strengthen you.”
simonjones2018 acknowledged: “…I really like the way in which she is evangelising in Yoruba ….superior.”
smouchiey wrote: “Extra energy, Extra grace for the journey.”
the_last_honey_kab wrote: “Could God all the time bless you mother and hold you in his arms.”
blitz_foodstore wrote: “Cant get sufficient of Jehovah over do. God bless you Chidinma.”