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Star-power as Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol concert sets to illuminate Warri December 17

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  • December 15, 2023
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Star-power as Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol concert sets to illuminate Warri December 17

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IN the festive spirit of yuletide, all is set for Warri to experience the enchanting Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol, a yearly show slated for Sunday, December 17 at the elegant Mosheshe Hall Off Airport Road, Efferun, Warri, Delta State.

Worshippers are enjoined to anticipate an enchanting evening filled with worship, melodious music, captivating poetry, laughter-inducing comedy, soul-stirring drama, and enlightening messages. The event promises even more excitement with a raffle draw, offering attendees the opportunity to take home enticing prizes such as laptops, high-quality RAM, The African Study Bible, and thought-provoking books like EK Frank’s, Brutally Frank, Conflict Resolution in the Church, Colon Cleanser and No More Excuses: Herbal Supplements for Prostate by EK Frank.

Among the stellar line up of performers are renowned comedian Buchi, Deacon Okugbe & TTWI, Joan-Paul, comedian Mr. Paul, spoken word artist Fegor, Chisonia Ige, Emma Sax, Enodan, Pastor Martins Ogbeivor and the Glimpse Crew, Pastor Benson Council and The Court of Praise Gospel Band, Edu Gabriel and Da Elites, Mine, Mekhona, and Judewindz. Choir groups adding a harmonious touch to the event include Milk & Honey, Winners Chapel Choir, RCCG Choir, Rainbow Praise Choir, Grace Worship Centre Choir, Divine Touch Choir, St. Andrew Angelican Choir, Catholic Choir, and Praise Centre CGMI.

According to the principal organiser of Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol concert, Warri, and MD/CEO of bookshop chain, Flomat Books, Dr Anthony Akpokene, “This is the season to celebrate Jesus Christ. If Christ didn’t come, he wouldn’t have died. So we celebrate the resurrection and birth of Jesus Christ. The bible says if Christ did not die and resurrect, we are of all men the most miserable; all our suffering and sacrifices for the Kingdom of God will be a waste. But halleluyah, Christ came and delivered us and saved us from ourselves and from our sin, and that’s what we are celebrating on Sunday, December 17 in Warri. It’s going to be a scintillating time, a time of worship, a time of godly comedy, a time of meeting one another.

Buchi

“Warri has become a shadow of itself but we know that when we praise God to the high heavens, the glory of God will come down. So the creators of Delta Peace Musical Concert in 2007 have come together again to re-enact the glory of God. And this time we are having so many artistes who will help bring down the glory of God in Warri. You cannot afford to miss Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol concert.”

Distinguished spiritual leaders expected to grace the Cosmopolitan Christmas Carol include Papa Ayo Oritsejafor, Arch. God-Do-Dell Awomakpa, Bishop Pius Odioko, Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Onorfurho and Archbishop Eric Emiaso. The event will also be honoured by the esteemed royal presence of the Olu of Warrior, and the Ovie of Uvwie.

Guests are enjoined to prepare for a grand celebration at Paradise Hall, Mosheshe Estate, Off Airport Road, Efferun, with the red carpet commencing at 2 pm, leading to the main event that starts from 3pm to 8pm.

This spectacular event is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Word of Life Bible Church, CGMI Faith Arena, Benin City; Rainbow Christian Assembly; House of Praise; CGMI Praise Centre; Bishop Curtis Fianu; Guy Bavueza; Joe Ozono; Dr. Ifeoma Keshi; Engr. Joshua Egube; Engr. Emeka Ene; Rev. Godspower Agbuduta; Archbishop Eric Emiaso; Archbishop Awomakpa; Rev. John Okene; God’s Royal Assembly; Dr. Efe Obuke and Pastor Engr. Kola Ewuosho.

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