Kings International Music Network’s artiste, OBA, is out with her official single (audio and video) “Lead Me” from her forthcoming third album project.

 The song was written at that point in her life when it seemed as if she had lost every reason to move on. It was produced by Philip Uzor while the video was directed by Paul Gambit. OBA is a renowned Christian musician, a soulful singer/songwriter with over two decades in the music scene. Her blend of music stands her out among many others. Her fans will see a soulful blend with Africanness in this piece of music which is OBA’s trademark.

 OBA indeed is a divine diva, a brand in a class of her own.

She is currently rounding off work on her third album project, in which she has just released a new song to encourage someone to rely solely on God. A passionate worshipper, OBA is also an author, blogger and public speaker.

Rachael Okonkwo Gives Back to Society

Nollywood actress, Rachael Okonkwo, popularly known as Nkoli made her first spotlight appearance on a movie titled Nkoli Nwa Nsukka, which automatically changed her fortune in the movie industry. She gave back to the society recently by hosting over 7000 fans on Easter Sunday in Onitsha. The event was massively attended by mainly children as well as movie actors and film makers.

Commenting on the huge turnout, the fair complexioned actress said: “I decided to do this Easter carnival in Onitsha this year because of the love people have for me; it’s my own little way of giving back to the society and an avenue for me to meet and interact with my fans because they made me what I am.

“It’s by God’s grace with sponsorship from companies like Tummy Tummy noodles, Aqua Rapha, Km Company Ltd, Eforevo TV and Royal Edge celebration.

 She continued, “I did this same show in Enugu last year and more than 6000 people came out.

So, this year, I decided to extend the love outside my state and to the glory of God people turned out. The crowd was massive; more than 7000 people came out.”

 The ex-dancer turned actress added: “Last year, I did it all by myself. So, when these companies saw the clips they were inspired and decided to help we with what they can.

The kids were entertained – they ate, drank and the lucky ones went home with souvenirs and writing material. I could not provide for all because the crowd was massive but by his grace, in my next year edition, I will select three kids that I will place on scholarship.”