Music of Nigerian Churches in South Africa is poor – Sam Edet.

Music of Nigerian Churches in South Africa is poor – Sam Edet.

Top Nigerian music producer and gospel minister, Sam Edet says music of Nigerian churches in South Africa is majorly poor because they hardly invest  in their music departments.

He denies that Nigerian instrumentalists hop from church to church but that they are full time and professional muscians who seek greener pastures.

He further opines that some Nigerian musicians and instrumentalists prefer White churches because these they are better structured and more organised.

The music maestro declines to rate top 5 Nigerian churches with great music in South Africa. He says: “Nigerian churches in South Africa don’t have good music”.

Sam Edet is the founder of Grace Cafe – a dynamic movement called to handle the word of truth with precision and to build a worship culture in words and deeds.

Femi Oshin
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