Celebrated gospel music minister, Panam Percy Paul will be at the 2023 Livingsoul Festival at Offa Kwara State. The event holds from Wednesday, March 29 to April 1.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Founder of Gospel Unlimited Professor Duro Adegboye on Saturday, March 25
The Livingsoul Festival is a festival of arts, music, drama, movies, and sharing. The theme for the 2023 event is My talents for soul-winning.
The event allows Christians to showcase their God-given talents among several other talented people and Church leaders. It also provides networking opportunities.
An initiative of Gospel Unlimited the festival holds annually at the Gospel City near Navy School, Irra Road, Offa, Kwara State
Adegboye said Panam Percy Paul had indicated his willingness to spend two days at the event.
According to him, the veteran music minister will willingly teach and share his story to encourage many people who would like to deploy their talents as the most viable tool for sharing the gospel.
Church leaders according to Adegboye are encouraged to send their choir directors, choirs, and youths to meet with Panam Percy Paul who has been in the music ministry since the 80s.
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The event which comes at no cost to participants is a lifetime opportunity for talented folks to hone their skills in music.
Panam Percy Paul whose real name is Bakulipanam Percy Paul Mokungah, had in some interviews described Professor Adegboye as his mentor.
Panam Percy Paul is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He was born in Adamawa to Major Paul Harley, an officer in the Nigerian Army, and talented music composer Paulina Paul Mokungah in 1958.
He is a widely traveled gospel music minister with enormous influence in the music industry. His music is not only compelling, but it also carries with it an unusual grace that leaves many grateful to God for blessing Africa with his kind of talent.
He was quoted as saying in a note to Prof. Adegboye, “You have mentored me. I need to honour you by mentoring others.”