What's happened to serving God real good? - Tunde Praise asks musicians

What's happened to serving God real good? - Tunde Praise asks musicians

A Nigerian gospel music minister has taken to social media to address the issue of gospel musicians jumping from one church to another in search of a bigger platform.

It appears that for upcoming gospel musicians, the hustle is not so different. Both gospel and secular musicians both scurry for bigger opportunities to showcase their talents.

A Nigerian music minister identified as Tunde Praise doesn't seem too happy about the behaviours of some gospel music ministers in the pursuit for a breakthrough.

According to him, rather than focus on worshiping God as it should be, most music ministers are more interesting in going from church to church in search of a bigger platform to perform on.

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See his post below:

What's happened to serving God real good? - Tunde Praise asks musicians

What's happened to serving God real good? - Tunde Praise asks musicians
Source: Facebook

Meanwhile, social media is still buzzing with reactions after a story of a student who claimed to be wrongfully expelled from Covenant University, surfaced online.

Narrating the story on Twitter, Emmanuel Adooh revealed how he was framed up and used as a scapegoat in a conspiracy that involved several others. He stated that the expulsion happened after he had already written his final exams.

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