It was indeed a night of intense worship as the much talked about Lagos city concert, The Invasion, a cross-generational and non-denominational party for young people, especially the millennials held last weekend at the Tafawa Balewa Square.
Tagged, ‘a move of the Holy Spirit’, the concert was a spiritual movement aimed at engendering a release of power by the Holy Ghost that causes people to excel in different spheres of life.
The event paraded worship leaders and gospel singers like Nathaniel Bassey, Tope Alabi, Frank Edwards, Tim Godfrey, G-Force, and Eben among others.
In his usual manner, Okaka crooner, Frank Edwards stepped in a cool sober with the hit, ‘Mma Mma’ before launching the more dance with his ‘Move your body’ ‘Okaka’, and ‘Even if the sky is falling’ among other songs he performed.
Winner of God’s Children Got Talent (GCGT) showcase, Onome, brought on some very interesting performance with his spoken word, which many believed made God God smiled in the heavens. With his soul-searching wordplay, he creatively put out poetic lines that got everyone fascinated.
The nine-member group, G-Force band, with energetic performance, took the audience on a journey of praise in a spectacular way before Minister Tope Alabi, came through with her Yoruba indigenous worship, ‘bursting in tongues’, which she alternated with English, praising and adoring God.
Worship leader, Nathaniel Bassey serenaded the audience with his trumpet as he took them on a much to the remembered worship session, performing his songs.
Rock minister, Eben brought the night to a climax with praises as some of the audience came through dancing right in front of the stage.
Organised by the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Region 20, Apapa Family, the music-driven revival platform was a spiritual awakening and part of activities designed to mark 50 years of the holy land, Jerusalem and Lagos @ 50.
Here are the pictures of the recently concluded The Invasion concert at Tafawa Balewa Sqaure, Lagos. The event featured the likes of Beejay Sax, Frank Edwards, G-Force and anymore. The Invasion concert is a brain child of the RCCG