Davido and gospel singer Tope Alabi to share stage at church's thanksgiving event

Davido and gospel singer Tope Alabi to share stage at church's thanksgiving event

- Singer Davido and Tope Alabi have been listed among performers to attend the annual thanksgiving of INRI evangelical spiritual church

- An official flyer of the event was shared on the official Facebook page of the church

- The event is specially set aside to appreciate the lord and people who have contributed to the growth of the church

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In what may come as a surprise to many, Nigerian singer Davido and gospel musician, Tope Alabi, will be sharing a stage together come February 14 at a religious event hosted by Primate Ayodele’s ministry.

The two music stars were lined up among those scheduled to perform at the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church’s annual thanksgiving and appreciation event.

An announcement was shared on the official Facebook page of the ministry. It was stated that the event is an opportunity for the lord to be appreciated, and to also thank those who have contributed to the church in one way or another.

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Davido and gospel singer Tope Alabi to share stage

Davido and gospel singer Tope Alabi perform at church's thanksgiving event. Photo: @davido/@inrievangelical
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The post read:

"On Sunday, February 14th, the servant of God will be celebrating with dignitaries to mark the auspicious event tagged LIVING IN A PEACEFUL WORLD. On this day he is going to appreciate and support people who has in one way support and make the ministry grow, the announcement read in part."

Also expected to grace the event is Amb. Per Stefson, world peace president, Denmark.

See the flyer as sighted on Facebook below:

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In a different story about Davido, Legit.ng previously reported that retired Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, took to social media to set things straight regarding a popular quote used by the music star.

The quote, "we rise by lifting others", gained popularity on social media after singer Davido made it a part of his acceptance speech at the 2018 edition of the Headies award.

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Olunloyo in a post shared on her Twitter page noted that the Nigerian singer is not the original author of the quote. According to her, Germany Kent is the real author of the quote.

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