This could only get better and better. The #OneHourHalleluyahChallenge featured on CNN African voices today, Thursday, 14th June 2017 and the set man Nathaniel Bassey had something to say about it.

He took to his Instagram page to share the news, reminding his followers of a declaration shared at the beginning of the challenge:


If you remember, We declared that THIS MONTH, God will do things in people’s lives that will make GLOBAL headlines.

Now this is just a prophetic sign for you all. I repeat, what God is set to do in your lives SHALL MAKE GLOBAL HEADLINES in JESUS’ name. Amen.

THE OLOWOGBOGBORO himself( JESUS CHRIST) . Goes Global.

He went on to remind everyone that they should not take any word spoken for granted, making them understand that God is set to do something beyond their wildest dreams.

The Gospel musician had declared at the start of the movement that God is set to open Global doors that will make the world news and then days after, the #HalleluyahChallenge appears on CNN African voices. He went on to emphasize this testimony stating:

“Why am I posting this, so you know that every word and song uttered on this platform has the ability to produce. THIS MONTH, YOU HAVE ALREADY TESTIFIED! In the name of Jesus”

The African voices of CNN had a lot to say about the #Halleluyah movement stating that despite the heavy data use involved in viewing an Instagram live session, it has not stopped thousands from taking part in the worship session every night.

They had this to say:

More than 60,000 people have joined in the Instagram praise and worship in an hour long midnight gathering, which is the brainchild of Nigerian gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey.

It all started with a simple post on his Instagram page on the 31st of May, where Bassey signaled his intention to start a 30-day midnight praise challenge throughout the month of June.
Even Nigeria’s expensive internet data costs have seemingly not deterred eager worshipers who have flocked to the livestream on his Instagram and Facebook pages.
At it’s peak on Monday, CNN observed that around around 68,000 people joined the Instagram livestream, while over 50,000 joined the Facebook livestream.
Statistics from Evolve Press  reveal 10,000 posts with the hashtag “#HallelujahChallenge” and over 18,000 with the hashtag “#olowogbogboro” making it the number one trend in Nigeria.”
Despite the negative comments from critics, the #OneHourHalleluyahChallenge has continued to soar from glory to glory and God has continued to break down walls and showcase his Power.
The #OneHourHalleluyahChallenge continues today at 12am to 1am. To be a part of this movement, follow @nathanielblow on Instagram and stay connected for the Instagram live session. God bless you!!!

 

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