Thousands storm Harvest of Praise concert, as renowned international gospel artistes grace event (video)


The long-awaited Harvest of Praise, a gospel music concert, powered by Harvest Foundation, held on Friday in Lusaka, Zambia.

The show set an event record, drawing over 8000 attendees to Zambia’s number conference venue, Kenneth Kaunda International Conference Centre, Mulungushi, with entertainment buffs describing it as the largest gospel music showcase ever witnessed in the country.

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The concert featured a stellar line up of renowned artistes, including Travis Green, Phil Thompson, Tim Godfrey, Chioma Jesus, Preye Odede, Esther Chungu, Frank Edward, Pompi, Monique, Kings Malembe, and Mr M and Revelation, who collectively brought their brilliance to the stage, igniting waves of jubilation among the expectant crowd.

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The show kicked off with captivating performances by Esther Chungu, Kings Malembe Malembe, Monique, and Pompi, setting the energetic tone for the night.

Still at the show, Harvest Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Adaoha Ugo-Ngadi, then delivered exhortations and when the audience yearned for more, Nigerian gospel sensations Preye Odede and Frank Edward delivered an outstanding satisfying show.

As the night unfolded, star Travis Greene illuminated the stage with another gleam of worship, followed by Chioma’s lead into praise and worship.

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American sensation, Phil Thompson, presented songs from his new list, including ‘Jesus Lamb of God’, but not before Mr M and Revelation took the audience through a round of solemn worship.

The song took the spotlight before Tim Godfrey closed the musical masterpiece with his immaculate dance moves.

In a poignant moment, Reverend Adaoha Ugo-Ngadi paused the show for a one-minute silence to honour the late Access Bank Group Chief Executive Officer, Herbert Wigwe, who tragically lost his life alongside his wife and son in a helicopter accident on February 9, 2024, in the United States of America.

Meanwhile, Access Bank Zambia, Acting Head of Customer Relations, Virginia Kazabu, stated that the bank is committed to helping artists secure suitable employment opportunities to complement their talents.

Beyond the enchanting musical performances, the harmony exhibition left indelible smiles on attendees’ faces, invoking the spirit of ‘one Zambia one nation’ the motto adopted by the late first Zambian president, Kenneth Kaunda, in 1964 to emphasize the importance of national unity.

Additionally, the event paid tribute to late former president Fredrick Chiluba’s declaration of Zambia as a Christian nation in 1996.

The concert came to a befitting close with vote of thanks given by Sir Ugochukwu Ikoro-Ngadi, while The Very Reverend Ogaba Isaac Ogaba of John Wesley Methodist Church, Lusaka, gave the closing prayers.

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