Minister GUC to host workshop whilst in Botswana

Coming to Botswana
Coming to Botswana

Organisers of the 'It Is Possible' concert featuring Nigerian gospel artist, Minister GUC have vowed to make his stay in the country count by hosting a workshop seminar after the event.

Minister GUC is scheduled to perform at Molapo Showcase Piazza in Gaborone on Saturday during a show organised by Vubo Music. Born, Gift Ugochi Christopher, Minister GUC who is quite known for his hit songs like 'All that Matters', 'God of vengeance' and 'Obinigwe' will be making his first visit to Botswana. In an interview with Arts & Culture, the director of Vubo Music Vusumuzi Botshelo also known as Vusi, revealed that this is merely a workshop to give followers of Minister GUC that one lifetime opportunity to converse with him. "Vubo Music is hosting this workshop seminar because we really want to impart the Praise and Workshop from Botswana because we have realized that a lot of Praise and Worships here like to listen to Minister GUC's music so we want him to come and inspire our people," Botshelo said.

Furthermore, Botshelo elucidated that the workshop will also provide people with the opportunity to get up close with Minister GUC. "Not only will the workshop get to inspire people, but people will also give the participants an insight into how Minister GUC does things when it comes to praise and worship, what is that he does exactly when it comes to praise and worship," he said. Botshelo said there will be panelists on the day, with Minister GUC one of the panel speakers on the day.

He also said he hopes that the workshop will really act as a catalyst for Batswana to start doing their own thing and follow in the footsteps of Minister GUC. People who are interested to attend the workshop are expected to buy tickets which sell at P500 each.

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