Nigeria is blessed with diverse gospel musicians. Very talented and amazing individuals who dedicate their lives to writing amazing songs and singing to glorify God.
Two of such people are Chinyere Udoma also known as Ọdụdụ Woman and Amaka Okwuoha also known as Chioma Jesus. Both are from the Eastern part of Nigeria and they have left their mark in and outside the country. Despite the fact that Chioma Jesus sing mostly in Igbo Language, it has never been a barrier for her because she goes for shows abroad and within Nigeria.
On the other hand, Chinyere do a mixture of English and Igbo language. With powerful lyrics and sound, her song ministration cut across all Nations. She equally go for shows in and out of the country.
These two powerful women have come together to send a special message and prayer for their fans this coming year 2021.
Chinyere Udoma posted a video of themselves releasing a prayer for everyone for 2021, kindly click on the link below and see for yourself.
This sparked reactions from fans who are clamoring for a collaboration between these powerhouse. They believe it is long over due for two of them to sing together.
I guess the video is a good sign right? Let's keep our fingers crossed as we anticipate some powerful song from them by 2021.
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