In another drive at bringing relief and succour to the youths, needy, vulnerable and the missionaries, The Gospel Partners Initiative (TGPI), is set to reach 50 thousand youths annually through a massive Musical Concert tagged; “Wahala For Who No Get Love.”
TGPI, a vision that started in 2014 casually on a humanitarian basis, picked up fully on the 15th of May, 2018 is now on a worldwide drive at preaching love, raising homes, supporting youths, needy and those on the mission fields.
Speaking about the programme, Isioma Barbara Ehi-Iden, who is the TGPI visioner said; “It has become an apparent and growing concern to everyone about the continuous increase in crime rate and insecurity in our country Nigeria. One of the causal factors can be said to be the general effects of the economic recession. Unfortunately, our youths are bearing the brunt of this national issue; where many of them have turned to unimaginable devices and schemes to attain wealth. This has made changing the beliefs and behaviour of the youths very urgent.”
Isioma said; “this plight should not be left for our government alone to deal with but must involve we the citizens; where our primary service is to attend to the needs of our young generation, using Love as a tool.”
While reacting to the ideal behind the concert, Co-visioner of TGPI, Mrs. Nkechi Nwokocha said; “entertainment is one of the ways The Gospel Partners Initiative (TGPI) plans to gather and impact the youths with acceptable morals and beliefs that will help sharpen their lifestyle to achieve positive goals. Hence, the underlying idea behind ‘Wahala For Who No Get Love” Musical Concert.”
“This vision by TGPI is aimed at reaching 50 thousand youths annually through this event.”
She said; “this concert is characterized by more than just music; it will feature motivational talks, seminars on leadership and governance, counselling and rehabilitation exercises and much more. It will also include welfare for the needy and the vulnerables as free items such as food, clothes, stationaries and so much more will be given free of charge. The concert is expected to be supported by several popular musicians.”
Mrs. Oshiozuwe Lassissi, Secretary of TGPI, equally listed some of the benefits of the event to include:
● Provides an attentive and attractive platform for impacting good morals to the youths.
● Partnership with individuals and organizations enable a rich source of content and activity for the event.
● Perfect platform for sampling new brands and products.
There will be live streaming of the event on all social media platforms and interested television stations.
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