Promoting Peaceful Coexistence Through Songs : Jeremiah Gyang Storm Kaduna In Live Musical Concert 

By Amos Tauna

A Jos based Nigerian musical artist, Jeremiah Gyang  is set to storm Kaduna State, northern Nigeria in a live musical concert tagged the ‘Jeremiah Gyang experience’ as part of effort towards the promotion of peaceful coexistence among Nigerians.

Gyang who is a singer, song writer,  multi instrumentalist, producer said the time is apt more than ever before for talented artists and individuals to begin to promote peaceful coexistence in place of unnecessary agitations and all forms of hate speeches.

Addressing a press conference in preparatory to the live concert in Kaduna on Sunday, the artist informed that his choice to tour the northern region with music was informed by popular demands from his numerous fans across the country and beyond.

According to Gyang whose musical career came to limelight through his hit song in Hausa ‘Na Ba ka’ (I give you) and whose music has been described as a fine blend of soulful African rhythm, blues, rocks and gospel, is committed now more than ever before to preach peace through his songs.

A native of Jos, Plateau State, Gyang began his musical talent discovery when he began playing the Piano and Guitar before reaching the age of ten and grew exponentially as a music director at his father’s church choir.

He stressed, “There is moral decadence in the country, some which is exhibited through various agitations and hate speeches. And because morality has become a major issue of concern, all hands must be on deck to check it through engaging in any activity that will change the narrative such as music among others.”

The live concert which is slated for Sunday the 27th August, 2017 at the Ultra modern Afrinet Bluebreeze centre Ungwa Maigero Narayi, Kaduna would see the artist some of his hit songs alongside other equally talented artist who will also be on ground to also perform at the concert.

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