After two years out of the country award-winning gospel musician Princess Pittman Osborn has returned to Liberia with a mega concert to perform most popular hits and new single at the Monrovia Christian Fellowship.
She said, “I will be performing hit songs like ‘Yasu Balika, Reigning King’ and the message in these songs are inspiring; it gives you the opportunity to feel the tangible presence of God and bless the heart, body, soul and spirit of those who will come.”
Expressing excitement she said: “Worship moves the hand of God toward us, so when we lift up worship and praise, God creates miracles and every one should come with an expectation,”
The one-day event “Liberia in Thanksgiving Worship” takes place on July 25th and will include performances from pastor Klay, Harris Sister and Vivian, former Star is born. Gate opens at 1pm and entry fees for VIP US$10 and regular US $ 5.
“I hope the fans are ready for me; I’m going to give live stage performances not playback performances.”
The songwriter came to prominence in 2008 after winning Liberia Association of Gospel Musician (LAGM) “Vocalist of the year” and the Chief Executive Office of the Foundation for Metamorphosis foundation, an institution focus on empowering girl child both physically, spiritual and morally. She came to prominence in She discloses that the event is also intended to raise funds for the foundation.
She said through the many difficult crisis period Liberia has experienced, God has always been with us, giving us peace, setting us free from the deadly Ebola virus and in return we just want to praise God for all the things he’s done for us.