Nigerians have been urged to embrace peace no matter the prevailing circumstances around them.
Father Kenneth Eze (OSA) made the call during the 2019 annual concert of the Voce de all Montana in Abuja.
According to Father Kenneth, the concert is aimed at creating an opportunity for people to enjoy the serenity that comes with good music as well as uplift the spirit. He said the songs of praise not only glorify God but edify the listeners.
Recounting how the group began, he said though the beginning was a humble one, there has been a steady progress, citing the fact that last years concert was held liwkey in Mararaba whereas this years is holding at the Grand Mirage in the FCT city center.
The Coordinator of the group Fred Obande attributed the success of the concert to the fact that every member gave it their best shot and urged Nigerians everywhere to do their best whenever they are charged with a responsibility. He reechoed the conviction that next years concert will be better.
The Voce de LA Montana treated listeners to wonderful renditions of songs in Nigeria’s indigenous Language, which was done in costumes depicting the Niger delta attire. There was a Switch however when they took to Carols to usher in the season and classical music among which was the ‘Messiah’.
The Choir Director David Bashir who traced his love for Music to the nurture of his interest by his mother, called on Parents to encourage their children to grow their talents and interest in music. He said the pursuit of music is one interest that can keep the youth from Social vices.
Students from Saint Augustine’s College Karu, added color to the event with their Delivery of beautiful songs.
High point of the even was a rendition of the Alleluia song by the choral group

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