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Yinka Okeleye Releases New Song “Chukwu Mo Nso”

Yinka Okeleye is out with another hot song titled Chukwu Mo Nso which means God the Holy Spirit. Adeyinka Okeleye Olanrewaju (Yinka Okeleye), a dynamic and radical worship minister, born into a family of 4, hails from Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. He studied Sociology and Anthropological Application from Bowen University, Iwo, and is currently running his Masters in Criminology, MSC.

His music career started not too long ago; He has done quite many background jobs for some Gospel Artistes and organized concerts at different levels. He is currently serving as Music Director with RCCG, Faith chapel, Gwarimpa Estate, Abuja. Yinka Okeleye is also a Chorister with the Regional and National youth choir of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). Yinka Okeleye also works as a public servant in Abuja.

The song is a soulful mid-tempo worship, a blend of igbo and English language. The song showcases the importance of the Holy spirit and how we need him. As believers, the role of the Holy spirit cannot be overemphasized, He gives us access to deep secrets of God and how to live a victorious Christian life.

Yinka Okeleye sang the song through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, and every instrumental played was deliberately and perfectly done, with a great mixing done by producer and back up vocalist, Oche, based in Abuja, Nigeria, with the amazing Mercy Emmanuel.


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So so gi bu chi ( only you are God)

Chukwu monso ( God the Holy Spirit)

Bi a were ono du ghi ( come and take your place)

Chukwu mon so ( God the Holy Spirit)

Odi ghi onyedikagi ( the is none like you)

Na elu igwe na uwa (in the heavens and on earth)

Bi a were ono du ghi ( come and take your place)

Chukwu mon so ( God the Holy Spirit)


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