Nigerian gospel artiste Solomon Lange survives ghastly motor crash

Nigerian gospel artiste Solomon Lange survives ghastly motor crash

Nigerian popular gospel artist, Solomon Lange has every reason to be grateful to God after he survived a ghastly motor accident.

The singer in an Instagram post revealed that he was on his way to Kaduna state from Abuja when the terrible accident occurred.

According to the singer, no one in the car was hurt after he collided with three other cars. He captioned his post. "Blessed be the God and Father our Lord Jesus Christ who always leads us in Victory..... Yesterday driving to Kaduna to minister and inspire the children at Nazareth Schools Barnawa I had a ghastly motor accident, my car collided with three other cars but I came out unhurt, the people in the other cars were also unhurt. Apart from the terrible damage to the car nothing happened to me. Victory is our Pathway. Thank you Jesus."

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Solomon Lange is an international gospel artiste, a singer, a song writer and a motivational speaker.

Solomon hails from a small town called “Wasa” in Kaduna State North Central Nigeria. He started his musical career in the year 1997 in Kaduna with the group “Kale visions music ministry”.

Lange who now resides in Abuja Nigeria became a solo artiste in the year 2002. He has two albums in the market, “NA GODE” which was released in 2008 and “ALHERI” which was released in 2012. “NA GODE” means “THANK YOU” and “ALHERI” means “GRACE” in Hausa, a language predominantly spoken in the Northern part of Nigeria and other parts of West Africa.

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