Posted by News Express | 18 November 2016 | 4,153 times
The cosmopolitan city of Lagos, Nigeria’s entertainment and commercial nerve-centre, is set to witness an evening of mega praise, divine upliftment and powerful exhortations to God, as Yudala Zero Gravity Rock Gospel Concert takes centre-stage on Sunday, November 20.
The event, which kicks off at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos from 3pm, sees the return of the Yudala Zero Gravity train to Lagos after a whirlwind two months ago featuring major stops in Abuja and Enugu.
Among the dignitaries expected to grace the event are captains of industry, representatives of Corporate Nigeria, Managing Directors (MDs)/Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of major financial institutions and other establishments as well as representatives of partner organizations of Yudala Zero Gravity 2016 including Hewlett Packard, Access Bank, Airtel, Stanbic Bank, InnJoo Mobile, Kia Motors, Zinox, Lenovo, among others. Media partners Trace TV, MTV Base, Senior Editors/Correspondents from the Print Media, various radio stations and online media partners are also expected.
A host of heavyweight Gospel artistes – most of whom have disclosed their readiness to make it an evening of unforgettable praise – have already been confirmed to perform at the mega concert. The list includes multi-award winning artistes Frank Edward, Sammie Okposo, Buchi, Chioma Jesus, Sola Allyson, Tope Alabi, Joe Praise, Gozie Okeke (Akanchawa), Chinyere Udoma and fast-rising UK-based Urban Contemporary Gospel star, Enkay, among others.
Attendees of the Yudala Zero Gravity Rock Gospel Concert are also in for a rewarding time, with the Wisdom Sales powered by Yudala at the venue which offers many a chance to get a taste of the unbeatable Black Friday prices and discounts on offer by the e-commerce outfit. Furthermore, Yudala has also partnered with a host of premium brands and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to give away loads of freebies and other exciting prizes to many lucky attendees.
Interestingly, free Wi-Fi has also been provided for all at the Federal Palace Hotel open ground, venue of the Yudala Zero Gravity Rock Gospel Concert in partnership with foremost telecommunications outfit, Airtel.
Beginning with a Contemporary Music Concert in Lagos on October 2, 2016 at the Landmark Centre which featured A-list artistes Olamide, Zoro, Naeto C, Sound Sultan and David Grey, among others, Yudala had taken the action to Abuja, the nation’s capital, on the weekend of October 21 and 22, with a Contemporary Music Concert on Friday, October 21, at the Sheraton Hotel headlined by Phyno and which featured the official launch of YUBOSS – a wealth creation platform set up by Yudala in partnership with Access Bank and Airtel and which only recently received a N1.5b support from the Leo Stan Ekeh Foundation. This was followed on Saturday October 22 with a Rock Gospel at the same venue – which had the likes of Samsong, Chioma Jesus, Solomon Lange, Steve Crown and Chris Morgan, among others – elevating the crowd with a festival of divine praise.
From there, the Yudala Zero Gravity train had moved on to Enugu on the weekend of Saturday, November 5, with a Contemporary Music Concert at an over-crowded Michael Okpara Square featuring a plethora of mega stars including Flavour, Mr. RAW, Zoro, Naeto C, Humble Smith and David Grey, among others. The next day, Sunday, November 6, was the turn of the likes of Prince Gozie Okeke, Chioma Jesus, Sammie Okposo, Frank Edward, Buchi, Chinyere Udoma, Steve Crown, Able C and Enkay, among others to thrill the crowd at the Rock Gospel Concert hosted at the same venue.
The Yudala Zero Gravity Mega Music Concerts represent a major outlet for Yudala to bond closely with her customers, with the Rock Gospel concerts validating the ethical approach to the business of e-commerce espoused by Yudala, which has seen it widely renowned as the undisputed choice for genuine products in the sector.
•Photo shows part of the massive crowd at the Yudala Zero Gravity Music Concert at an over-crowded Michael Okpara Square, Enugu, early November.
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