Nigerian musician, songwriter and producer Duncan Mighty, popularly known as Port Harcourt First Son, has taken to his social media platform to reveal why his album is still not yet out, and in the process, showed a level of good will to a fan.
According to Duncan Mighty, he decided to put his album on a pause because he wants to carry of God’s work first, after God saved him and healed him completely. Duncan Mighty, is currently working on a live choir studio project, “Hallelujah”, as he plans to return all glory to God.
“To all my fans demanding an album from me, please for the fact that God’s mercy saved me, kept me and healed me completely, I want to carry out God’s plan first before my own. You guys stay tuned. Thanks for your prayers. I see you succeeding in every endeavor of life.” Duncan Mighty wrote.
After Duncan’s statement, a fan took to his comment session to ask for his assistance in getting a wheelchair, as Duncan replied her; “Drop your account details”.
The comment from Duncan sparked lots of comment, as his fans thanked him in advance for his show of good will and love.
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