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WAOMM Nigeria Presents: Women Of Worship Concert – March 12th, 2016 || @WAOMMTV @isabellamelodie

Women Of Worship Concert [A Night Of Worship, Praise & Celebration To Launch WAOMM Nigeria]
 

Featuring: Isabella Ogo-Uzodike, Emmy Kosgei-Madubuko, Onos Ariyo, Efe Nathan, Glowreeyah, Nene SoulWinner, Ighosa, Enkay, Ayo Vincent, Joan Paul, Chee, Toluwanimee, Blesrisa, Rejoice & much more…


Date: Saturday, 12th March, 2016

Venue: NECA Events Centre, Plot A2, Hakeem Balogun Street, CBD, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Time: Red Carpet – 5PM, Main Event – 6PM Prompt.

Admission is FREE!


Also, happening earlier, same day is the: ‘Step Up & Stand Out! Seminar’ Presented By WAOMM Nigeria


Calling ALL Nigeria-based music ministers, musicians and worship leaders to register for a FREE music ministry workshop.


Women of African Origin in Music Ministry (WAOMM) is a global non-profit making organisation which has been established mainly to be of service to women of African descent in music ministry.


WAOMM’s main objective is to act as a bridge; a springboard; a voice and a support system in and through which women of African origin in music ministry can be supported, encouraged and empowered to discover, develop, demonstrate and deliver excellence in their ministries to the glory of God.


WAOMM’s ethos is to nurture the spirit of cooperation, collaboration and mutual support & respect amongst African music ministers. One of the means through which WAOMM aims to achieve its objectives is by sponsoring Music Ministry Seminars to equip and empower Gospel artists for effective ministry. And so we are very pleased and excited to bring you WAOMM’s very first FREE, fully sponsored workshop for music ministers in Nigeria.


WAOMM’s Step Up & Stand Out! Seminar will take place on Saturday 12 March 2016 at 10:00am at NECA Events Centre, Plot A2, Hakeem Balogun Street, CBD, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. The 3-hour seminar will be facilitated by a number of seasoned music industry professionals.
Topics to be treated include: •PR & How To Maximize The Social Media •Building Ministry/Industry Relationship •Stage Presence/Ministration & •Voice Maintenance.


Facilitators:
1. Deji Irawo [@DejiIrawo]
2. Segun Obe [@I_Am_Segun_Obe]
3. Wilson Joel [@MusicMagnate]
4. Nikki Laoye [@NikkiLaoye]


Although the seminar is FREE to both male and female delegates, you MUST register to attend. Free lunch and refreshments will be provided.
 

Enquiries can be made via info@waomm.org or by telephoning Adanze on: 08099279717.


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