Okoroji, the man who created and produced the unassailable Nigerian Music Awards, the forerunner to nearly all the key entertainment events in the country, is insistent that every action is being taken to ensure that the 2019 COSON in the Church is an unforgettable experience.
Speaking at the magnificent COSON House in Ikeja during the week to some members of COSON who had come to pay him a solidarity visit, the COSON Chairman who leads thousands of musicians and music industry stakeholders across the country, said, “For most Christians, the 1st of December every year begins the Christmas season. I make bold to ask everyone who can make it to be at the beautiful auditorium of Revival Assembly in Ikeja on the 1st of December 2019 to receive blessings and begin this Christmas season in the presence of the Almighty. We are not leaving anything to chance. It will be awesome. Anyone who has been associated with COSON knows that when COSON does things, we do things very well. I am in touch daily with my colleagues on the COSON board such as KSB, Koffi Tha Guru and the great John Ewelukwa Udegbunam popularly known as Eweson who for many years has been National music Director of the Praise & Worship Ministry of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Nigeria.
“All hands are on deck. Nigeria’s greatest gospel singers will be there. The most amazing and anointed men of God will pray for the Nigerian nation and for the families of all those present at this time of great challenges in our country. This is an important contribution of Nigerian musicians to national unity. The red carpet will be hot with paparazzi everywhere and there will be stars and stars every direction you look.
This is an event that brings thousands of Nigerian musicians and their fans together to worship the Almighty in an interdenominational manner on a day that there are no separations whatsoever between God’s children. It does not matter which denomination you belong to or if you are not even a Christian, come to “COSON in the Church” on the 1st of December and be blessed”.