‘We expect the next edition of Rap Christ to be on live television’ – Pastor Ebitimi Uge

After the Rap Christ episode 2 with Ebi Joseph on Sunday 1st July, 2018 at Rivers State University, we caught up the residential Pastor of Salvation Ministries Church, Okija satellite Church, Pastor Ebitimi Ugo to know what his experience at the Rap Christ was. As expected from the clergyman, he was full of happiness that Ebi Joseph was able to follow the right path.

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 Pastor Ebitimi told BelieveAll.Com that he “enjoyed himself and was blessed by the energy of  everyone that performed” at the event because “everyone was trying to do something for God.”

Speaking further about Rap Christ, the overwhelmed clergyman said: “Next time we are going to have this event, any venue we are going to use, there will be no space because we are going to record large crowd, lives will be transformed.”

Pastor Ebitimi assured that “next time we are coming for Rap Christ, it will be on live transmissions, we are going to make use of social media platforms and maybe television station will be here transmitting live. We planned that, this one would have being on live transmissions to enable people who couldn’t make it to watch online but we will make the effect next time.”

Earlier he encouraged everyone to be challenge by Ebi Joseph whose talents and purposeful action gave birth to Rap Christ.

He advised Ebi Joseph to keep up with the good work he has started, it is challenging, inspiring, empowering  but plan to move to the higher level.

'We expect the next edition of Rap Christ to be on live Television' - Pastor Ebitimi Uge

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