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Pride, Maranatha, and Manda Gabriel to appear at Revival concert

The revival concert is set to revive the youth of the Namibian nation at large.

The concert is aimed to bringing God to the young people so that they may start making a change to revive the hearts of the young people to bring the community closer to God to come up with solutions on how we can better our community among other delicate topics.

According to the organizers, the current situation we are in economically as well the social ills in our country, the youth has said enough is enough and has decided to come up with the revival concert at Model Prayer Ministries.

It is time for the youth to rise to the occasion using the arts a form to change the community and spread the good news of God.

“We will have youth dancing, poetry and special pieces from Rachel Ghyss, Ndilimeke Nambinga, Victoria Ndozi-Okia and Pharbrice on the saxophone. Our guests for the night include Maranatha Goroh, Manda Gabriel and Pride,” said one of the organizers Ndilimeke Nambinga.

The concert is set to take place on 23 March at Model Prayer Ministries from 17H00. Tickets cost N$ 30.


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