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McGodwinFavour ‘Ajerese (Holy Ghost Chants)’ Mp3 Download

McGodwinFavour - Ajerese (Holy Ghost Chants)

Nigerian UK-based gospel music minister, prolific songwriter, and master of ceremony, Mcgodwinfavour has released yet another powerful version of his hit song “Ajerese”.  The dynamic recording and performing artiste tagged the powerful new live version “Ajerese (Holy Ghost Chants),” featuring the amazing vocals of MJ Praise. Available now for streaming and downloading. The song “Ajerese” which means Strong Tower in …

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Mcgodwinfavour ‘You Are Worthy’ Mp3 Download

Mcgodwinfavour 'You Are Worthy' Mp3 Download

Nigerian UK-based gospel minister, prolific songwriter, and master of ceremony, Mcgodwinfavour commemorate his birthday with the release of this powerful worship song titled “You Are Worthy”. Available now for streaming and downloading. Mcgodwinfavour’s latest song “You Are Worthy” is refreshing and spirit-lifting. The lyrics are edifying and it is bound to be one of the most outstanding worship songs for the …

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[MUSIC] Mcgodwinfavour – Ajerese (Ft. The Xplicits Gospel Crew)

[MUSIC] Mcgodwinfavour – Ajerese (Ft. The Xplicits Gospel Crew)

Nigerian UK-based gospel minister, prolific songwriter, and master of ceremony, Mcgodwinfavour reloads his hit song “Ajerese,” accompanied with an amazing visual in which he featured the award-winning Xplicits Gospel Crew (Nig). “Ajerese” which means Strong Tower in Benin/Urobho dialect, expresses the awesomeness and how powerful our Creator Is. This song was birthed in the place of prayer and deep fellowship …

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[MUSIC] Mcgodwinfavour – Ajerese (My Strong Refuge)

Mcgodwinfavour – Ajerese (My Strong Refuge)

  Nigerian UK-based gospel minister, prolific songwriter, recording and performing artiste, Mcgodwinfavour returns with yet another soul-lifting song titled “Ajerese,” which means “My Strong Refuge” in Nigeria native language (Urhobo). The Urhobos are people located in Southern Nigeria, near the northwestern Niger Delta. The word “Okut’etebite Newagha” used in the song is an Edo word, which means “Everlasting Rock Of …

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