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COVID-19: Organisers Plan to Hold The Experience 2020 Via Virtual

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The 2020 edition of The Experience, an all-night gospel concert, will hold strictly online, says the organisers of the programme which has become a favourite annual event for gospel music lovers.

Now in its 15th year, the annual event hosted by the Senior Pastor of House On The Rock, Paul Adefarasin, showcases multi-talented and dynamic gospel artistes from different parts of the world.

The past 14 editions were held at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos and each gathering averaged an attendance of over 500,000 people, making it arguably the largest gospel concert in the world.

But the organisers of the programme announced this week that the event will not hold at the expansive space in the Tafawa Balewa Square, a decision taken to maintain physical distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“The Experience 15 (Global Edition), is scheduled to hold on Friday, 11th December, 2020 virtually, livestreamed around the world, serving as a platform to unify the global Church and establish God’s Kingdom here on earth,” the organisers wrote on the event website.

“Yes, we had the last 14 editions together mainly in one place, yet now we are not apart, we are still in this together as we go global with the #TE15G. There are no barriers and nothing can stop us, our God deserves our praise all the way, and He will have it,” @TheExperienceLG tweeted.

This year’s concert will showcase artistic musical performances, goodwill messages and intercessory prayers by internationally recognised artistes including Don Moen, Tope Alabi, William MCDowell, Tasha Cobbs, amongst others.

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You’re Dumb If You Shame Those Who Do Honest Hard Work – Simi

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Singer-songwriter, Simisola Ogunleye, alias Simi has come for those who see nothing wrong in shaming poor people who work hard to make a living.

The mother of one took to her Twitter page on Thursday to share that people who shame others who work hard for their money are actually broke but would rather ignore that just to mock hardworking people.

According to the award-winning Afro-pop star, people who do that are very dumb.

‘‘If you shame people for doing honest, hard work to eat, talmbout “they are peasants”, you dumb. Meanwhile you broke. Broke and proud and loud af in ur dirty briefs”, she tweeted.

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Actress Appears in Public in Transparent Dress, Lambast Fan

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Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo has found time to reply to a troll who criticized her for wearing a see-through outfit.

The movie star had shared a photo of herself in a lovely animal print see-through gown on her Instagram page.

A troll who saw the picture and felt like dropping a piece of unsolicited advice in her comments section told the actress to stop wearing such clothes because she has passed the stage of posting such photos.

‘‘Must you… u don pass this kind pix na”

The actress then simply replied that the follower is not okay.

”u are not ok’‘, she wrote.

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‘My Sugar Mummy Only Calls Me When She Wants Sex’

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Nigerian Singer, Joeboy has opened up on his relationship status and revealed that he has a sugar mama.

While a lot of artists avoid answering questions on their relationship life, Joeboy however, wasn’t shy about sharing details about it.

In a recent interview on BeatFM, the singer revealed that he is Single but not searching as he has a lot of female friends.

He also revealed that he has a sugar mommy and she inspired the “Sugar mama” off his recent album, “Somewhere Between Beauty and Magic“.

When asked about the sugar mommy’s identity, he refused to mention her name. He also said their relationship was Okay.

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