Nigeria’s Twinsax thrill and minister in Gratitude Concert at Oduduwa

Nigerian gospel-jazz duo Twinsax thrilled fans at The Gratitude Concert at Oduduwa University in Ipetumodu within Osun state in Nigeria on April 26, 2017.

The event saw men and women from all walks of life come together in celebration of gospel music with some dose of jazz to it. Some attendees described the occassion as “one that had a positive, groundbreaking divine effect.

Twinsax told TheAfricanDream.net that “it was a privilege to experience the hand of God move through prophetic ministers combined with worship and praise ministerations that charged the atmosphere.”

Ms. Titilayo Ogidan (left), Innocent Kehinde Ayodele and Marvelous Taye Ayodele of Twinsax (with matching clothes) and Pastor James Eboh (2nd right).

Recognition awards were given out at The Gratitude Concert to individuals who have played dutiful roles in spreading the word of God through preaching, music and ministration. Twinsax – composed of Innocent Kehinde Ayodele and Marvelous Taye Ayodele – recieved an award for their contributions to the Nigerian jazz and gospel music scene.

Twinsax expressed appreciation to staff and students of Oduduwa University for their continuous support of their work and music. They especially thanked Vice Chancellor Prof. Chibuzor Nwoke and the university’s bursar Mrs. Bisi Lawal.

We also want to bless the choir members and handlers that performed with us including guest worship ministers in the persons of Philipage and SamJay and men of God like Pastor Dr. P.K. Ayodele and Pastor James Eboh.” — Twinsax.

Others present at the event were Folaranmi Adams, the Drama Ministers from Oxygen Theatre, Taiwo Oyelowo, Jomi Sax and the Dunamis Campus Fellowship of Oduduwa University under the leadership of Pastor James Eboh.

TwinSax is a Nigerian gospel jazz musician group made up of two brothers that play the saxophone. Follow them on Twitter and Instagram as @twinsax1

Source: Titilayo Ogidan / TheAfricanDream.net

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