Zambia: Prince Siame Sparkles At Worship Concert

LUSAKA residents were on Saturday treated to a special spiritual breeze when gospel artiste, Prince Siame opened the doors of the famous Government Complex for a free live worship concert.

Siame who is undoubtedly ranked among the most gifted singers of his generation was on top of things as he managed to keep the audience spellbound to a point of sending most of them into tearful worship.

The stage was at some point filled with worshipers who were on their knees with most of them acknowledging the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Siame said it was important that he thanks God for the talent and life he had given him by celebrating in worship style with fellow believers at no cost to them.

The full-of-life Siame stepped onto the stage around 19:00 hours injecting a special spirit of excitement in the audience that went into a frenzy upon seeing him.

Most audience members left the comfort of their seats to somewhat pay allegiance to God and the singer who did not dissapoint.

To prove that he is not a run-of-the-mill celebrity, Siame pulled a convincingly huge crowd that included eminent personalities.

Some of the notables included the Praise Christian Centre overseer, Bishop Edgar Ng'ambi, Pastor Ignatius Mkwasa, celebrated Zambia Police officer Brenda Muntemba and Pastor Kangwa Chileshe aka Jason Kabanana.

Amid the concert, Bishop Ng'ambi stepped onto the stage to unleash a wave of blessing to the audience and the youthful singer went on his knees and lifted his hands as the man of God laid prayed for him.

Speaking to Zamtel Entertainment just before the end of the show, Bishop Ng'ambi said it was evident that Zambia acknowledges and loves God.

He said the only way a country like Zambia could prosper was through loving God and following His commands.

"If you look at all powerful states like England, Israel and America, their foundation is God and His Son Jesus Christ. That is why we thank the young man Prince for bringing Zambia to worship God in such a manner, there is no better foundation of a country than that built on the love for God" the clergy said.

The live concert which kicked off around 16:00 hours ended slightly after 21:00 hours.

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