One of Nigeria’s foremost music ministers, Sammie Okposo will be making his debut appearance on ‘Rejoice in the Lord‘ with Bishop George Bloomer on The Word Network. With this, Minister Sammie joins the very few Nigerian gospel music ministers who have been able to make it to the US Mainstream media.
Available in over 200 Countries, The Word Network reaches millions of viewers in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas with nearly 93 million homes in the U.S. alone.
Sammie Okposo has over 3 decades of ministry experience in hit kitty with 5 successful albums to his credit. He is renowned for songs like Wellu wellu, Oluwa Etobi, Ogene Do, Marvelous thing and many more including his recently released hit song Sing Halleuyah.
Sammie announced this WORD NETWORK appearance on his Instagram page a few days ago.
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Breaking News!!! its official i will be ministering Live @thewordnetwork on the Live programme Rejoice in the word hosted by @bishopgbloomer on this wednesday the 15th of may 2019 time is 8pm EST for all my people in america tune in not sure if the word network gets into africa but will find out if there is a link people in africa can link up with this is the doing of the lord im grateful to God and super excited and expectant at what God is going to do #jesusismypriority??? #imfocusedonmyassignment #imaglobalkingdomambassador #fromnigeriatotheworld #imunstoppable0
About Bishop George Bloomer
Best-selling author, pastor, renowned speaker, and entrepreneur, Bishop George G. Bloomer began fulfilling destiny’s call as a teen while ministering from his native home of Brooklyn, New York. After travelling throughout the country and abroad, Bishop Bloomer founded and began serving as pastor of Bethel Family Worship Center in Durham, North Carolina. Bethel Family Worship Center is a multi-cultural ministry which seeks to “reach the heart to save the soul.” Bishop Bloomer built the ministry on the premise of “pastoring whoever walks through the church doors and impacting their lives for the few hours in which I have them in my presence in order to provoke a positive change.” Read more.