Nigerian gospel star David G jets in Malawi for Bishop Simama’s Crossover Night

Renowned Nigerian gospel musician David Gbenga has promised that he will give out his best of his performances to inspire and drive people to the praise and worship of the Lord during the crossover night of prayer to be led by Bishop Abraham Simama in Lilongwe.

Simama addressing journalists at his Simama Hotel on Tuesday afternoon–Photo by Watipaso Mzungu, Nyasa Times
David G: I am here not to sing only, but to have my life transformed spiritually also–Photo by Watipaso Mzungu, Nyasa Times

David G, as he is popularly known, is in Malawi at the invitation of the founder and overseer of the Glorious Light International Church, Bishop Simama.

The crossover night of prayer will be at the church’s Area of Liberty in Lilongwe.

Addressing journalists at Simama Hotel, a few minutes after landing at the Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in Lilongwe, the artist said he was happy and delighted to be in Malawi and was ready to move the spiritual realms of the people who will attend or follow the crossover night via online platforms.

Apparently, the church will only allow 100 people to physically patronize the night of prayer due to the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) prevention measures.

Bishop Simama said although there is a court order stopping the government from implementing stiffer preventive measures, including closing the borders and banning live performances, the church will still play abide by the restrictions to protect people.

“The church must always abide by the law. So, we will follow the law,” said a bishop.

Gbenga, a songwriter and pastor at Amazing Church International in Nigeria, stated that he was not in Malawi to sing alone, but to get his life transformed through the ministry of Bishop Simama.

“I have never attended his church service physically, but I have ever watched him minister through YouTube and I was tremendously blessed,” he said.

 

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Prophet
Prophet
28 days ago

Be assured, those 100 people will pay a fortune and you won’t find anyone from the street. This is the reason each time the govt restrict the numbers because of Covid, they cry foul.

Limma
Limma
29 days ago

Kodi so COVID-19 and it’s new variants, tilinazo ntchito??

Ndadabwa
Ndadabwa
29 days ago

This new term “CrossOver” is becoming serious. Normally, this has been historically used to help people communicate with their dead relatives, crossover, not by Christians but spiritualists people who say can speak with the dead. Now our New Prophets and others are using this term to attract people on New Years day and they are calling it Crossover. Crossover to where? This occurs every year and you cannot take advantage of that to say Crossover!! I wish I had money O would sue all these false gospel people. You cannot combine earthly calendar with Christianity, you are embarrassing us.

Zawela
Zawela
28 days ago
Reply to  Ndadabwa

So we should call it what?

Ndadabwa
Ndadabwa
28 days ago
Reply to  Zawela

It has always been called New Year not Crossover. They can’t rename that in the name of faith. This new year has been there since these guys were even born. They just take advantage of existing structures to be exploited

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