A Nigerian singer who refused ‘dirty billions’ to switch faith.

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Singer Nathaniel Bassel[Photos/Courtesy].

“I remember being offered a contract to take Jesus out of a song in 2008. It was to be a foreign deal,”

A famous Nigerian man of cloth cum gospel singer by the name of Nathaniel Bassey has claimed that he was offered a lot of money to drop Jesus name from his gospel album.

The singer sensationally made this utterances during a church sermon saying it was a temptation that was not easy for anyone to resist but he did.

“This God has kept me all these years. Even when I knew very little of Him. And still learning of Him” he said on twitter.

“I remember being offered a contract to take Jesus out of a song in 2008. It was to be a foreign deal. But He gave me strength to turn it down. Saying I’d rather go hungry than take HIM out,”

He added that him and Jesus cannot be separated using any price or offer. “He is my LIFE. And by His Grace, I make a vow to serve non other, blow for non-other, no matter the amount of money involved, until that final day, In Jesus’ name.

Bassey is a Nigerian gospel artist, born in Lagos in 1978. He is popularly known for his song “Imela” “Onise Iyanu” and “Olowogbogboro.”

He is the brain behind the #HallelujahChallenge, where he worships God for only an hour.


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