Moses Bliss is a Nigeria Gospel Singer, who rose to fame with the song titled 'You are too faithful to fail me'. He shared his story on Bliss experience 2021 in Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja where he launched his first album. The popular gospel singer revealed how he suffered before God blessed him.
He said, he was once a pure water seller on the road and helped his mum sell ugwu in other to have transport to go to church. Moses Bliss said he cried when he entered the venue of the Bliss experience because that was the same town where he sold pure water and assisted his mother to sell ugwu in Mpape, Abuja.
Moses Bliss is a member of Christ Embassy, a Christian denomination founded by pastor Chris Oyakhilome. He said it is one of the messages of pastor Chris that changed his life. Other Celebrities that were present on the occasion includes; Joe Praise, Frank Edward, Prosper Ochimana, Steve Crown, Chioma Jesus, Tim Godfrey, D'banj, Wole Arole, and others.
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