Gospel is better than secular music –Elijah Daniel

Tofarati Ige & Olushola Ricketts

Even though secular artistes are topping all the charts, have millions of fans all over the world and are making a lot of money, budding gospel singer and event organiser, Elijah Daniel, believes that it pays more to be a gospel singer.

He said to Sunday Scoop, “It is not all about money. Knowing that your music is touching and saving lives is the most incredible feeling ever. The Holy Bible enjoins us to go into the world and win souls to Him and that’s exactly what I’m doing and I am thankful to God for making me a worthy vessel to proclaim his glory.”

Speaking about his event, Worship Encounter with Elijah Daniel, the singer said, “It is a quarterly programme that God inspired me to start in 2015 after seeking His face for directions with so much prayers. The programme was eventually started in November 2016 and a lot of lives have been touched positively. The sick get healing and students seeking admission often have their prayers answered.

“This edition marks our first anniversary and I am so excited about it because I know that God would do wonders. Artistes who have participated in the programme since we started include Temmy Sax, the youngest saxophonist in Nigeria, Femi Stephen, Peterson, Wale Sax, Temi Myles, Prince D’Psalmist, Khelechi, Tijesu, Kenny Sax and many more.”

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