Gospel artist is determined to save the industry which is under attack. This is what he's doing

The gospel fraternity is under fire as we speak!


Why? Because a bunch of its custodians decided to drop a song which didn’t sit well with the masses. Size 8’s and Willy Paul’s Tiga Wana is currently the talk of the town after certain quarters in society came out to criticize it as pure rubbish and a disgrace to society.

Even though other bigwigs like DJ Mo came to support them, nothing seems to be making any headway and Bahati’s public apology which apparently represents the whole gospel fraternity seems to have just made the situation even worse.

In the heat of this moment however, one man seems to be focused on the main prize and that is the preaching the gospel. That man is Daddy Owen who is determined to remind people what the gospel is all about and that’s giving back and inspiring people.

Through Daddy Owen live, a 3 day event scheduled to happen tomorrow the 2 of December, he’s taking his trade a notch higher and there was no way this was going to go unnoticed. It will kick start with a corporate Friday concert at KICC from 6pm to 8pm where he’s expecting to attract millennials and young couples who are looking to spend a Friday evening in a chilled out way while also listening to the gospel. Actually he sees this event as the start for the new age form of spreading God’s word.

It will extend to Saturday 3, where he will be hosting Malaika Disability Walk from 7AM to 10 AM. It’s aimed at creating awareness and appreciating persons with disability, because they are just like us and we should love them unconditionally. Entry here is absolutely free with the whole ceremony culminating in the evening with Malaika Tribute Awards from 6pm to 10 pm. This however is invites only.

And it doesn’t stop there as event will come alive again on Sunday with a family concert at the same venue, KICC from from 2PM to 6PM. This is basically for people to spend time together and connect with family and friends. With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, families rarely get time to spend and interact together and Daddy Owen is providing you that perfect opportunity.

Charges here are 300 bob.


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