High praise meets big money as TD storms Computer Village with Chioma Jesus, Sammie Okposo, others
Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) distributors, Technology Distributions Ltd. is set to storm Computer Village, Ikeja – Nigeria’s ICT and accessories hub – for the second edition of a market place evangelical initiative tagged Praise Flame.
The event scheduled for Thursday June 1st at Otigba Street, in the heart of Computer Village, is set to feature a host of top Gospel ministers and artistes including Chioma Jesus, Sammie Okposo, Joe Praise, Monique, Enkay, Chika 100% and Big Bolaji, among others.
Already, excitement has reached fever-pitch levels for the potentially mind-blowing event especially in view of the huge success recorded with the inaugural edition last year which had over 10,000 worshippers in attendance.
The foregoing portends healthy signs for a much more impressive turn-out at this year’s edition of Praise Flame – the Computer Village Praise and Worship Festival – an event which according to Mrs. Chioma Chimere, Managing Director, Sales/Marketing at TD, offers traders, customers, Original Equipment Manufacturers, members of the ICT eco-system as well as Nigerians from all walks of life a chance to worship God in an atmosphere of unhinged praise.
“We are delighted to be associated with this edition of Praise Flame. It is a unique opportunity for all of us to unite under the umbrella of fellowship and render maximum praises to God. Going by the figures recorded last year, we expect to have a larger turn-out for this year’s edition.
“TD is a socially responsible corporate citizen and part of our mandate is to continually support projects and initiatives which contribute to the moral, economic, social and religious well-being of our host communities, stakeholders and other publics.
“This is why we have thrown our weight behind this edition of Praise Flame. Through this event, we intend to further promote the spirit of oneness, brotherhood and love among all participants and Nigerians at large,” she opined.
The event which is set to commence from 8am on Thursday June 1st will feature prayers/supplications to God as well as performances from the heavyweight cast of Gospel artistes lined up for the occasion.