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The Nigerian Biggest ICT market Computer Village, Ikeja Lagos is not new to occasional closure hinged on traditional and political reasons. But the scenario witnessed today was opposed to the norm as some of the biggest leagues in the Nigerian Gospel music industry led by Nathaniel Bassey, Chioma Jesus and Midnight Crew shutdown the business of the multi billion naira market for over 3 hours in place of a well attended praise concert ‘Praise Flame’. According to source, the event which played out like an “august visitor“, organized by operators of the market seems to be a major spiritual step towards proffering solution to the current impact of dwindling economy on the businesses of the market operators.
By eye witness report, Tens of thousands of human persons gathered not for political rally nor business discussion, but to commune with the God who enjoys a heart felt praise. The entire environment was unaccessible due to large and massive traffic of attendees whose businesses were shutdown whilst they praised God in genuine lyrics and in anticipation of divine visitation. The event climaxed, setting a pace for a new lease of life for the business operators in the market
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