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Mon, 21 Sep 2020 10:07 - Updated Mon, 21 Sep 2020 10:07

Kubico show's Live Gospel music marks go-back-to church week

Launda - Live do Kubico show enlivened Sunday the lovers of the Gospel Music to mark go-back-to church week in Luanda, after six months of the suspension of the church services.

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Guy Destino

Photo: Joaquina Bento

The event gathered the musicians  Miguel Buila, Guy Destino, Nsimba Reoboth and Elioth Cassoma.

The four-hour show, which focused on praising and worshiping God, served to preach the gospel in a revival environment. 

Various topics were highlighted, with stress to “Deus me consola, Nosso Deus é maior,Profetiza, Jericó, O teu amo, Seja louvado, O Nome de Jesus, Miscelânia de Guy Distino, Abençoa só, Victória.

Apart from public television (TPA), viewers also watched “Live no Kubico” on various social networks, in partnership with Platina Line.

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