They say sinhing of worship and praise songs is also a very good way of praising the almighty father. This are the same sentiments that seems to have drawn the attention of Migori governor Okoth Obado that have seen him feature in one of the Luo gospel song.The song titled Pak Odogne Yesu (May all the praise be back to Jesus)' by SDA Church Rapogi Lwanda, was released in 2020 but trended on Tuesday.
If we all remember what has happened in the governors life, we all are happy for him turning to christ Jesus. The governor is in trial for the brutal murder of the Rongo University student, Sharon Achieng and her unborn baby.In the viral video, we see governor Obado singing his heart loud to the Lord without any fear which is a very good thing and a good move as well.
In the video we also see the controversial governor is seen dressed in all white alongside those believed ti be his church members.
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