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Sunday, February 03, 2019

The Catholic Lithurgical And Gospel Music Awards And 5 Reasons You Should Be Part Of It..

Something big will be happening by July 5 and 6, 2019! The first edition of the Catholic Liturgical and Gospel Music (CLGM) awards will take place, awarding 20 selected award categories. 

Nominations for the awards are currently on and these are 5 reasons you should be a part of the CLGM awards from the first stage to the final rounds.

he awards is aimed at recognising, celebrating and equipping a new generation of liturgical and gospel music ministers to lead God’s church in praise.

To join in the efforts to develop, showcase and bring creative talents to the limelight. As you nominate and vote, you make the world see a performer who could otherwise have remained unknown.

Your participation will encourage composition of new, edifying liturgical and gospel songs in order to increase the Catholic church’s repertoire of songs.

To contribute to development of gospel entertainment. You know the popular saying that it’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness. Rather than bemoan the absence of gospel entertainment content, be a part of this initiative and provide excitement for the community of gospel music enthusiasts.

To acknowledge great performers and increase collaboration between everyone involved in the production and promotion of gospel music in Nigeria. This collaboration will also set them on the international stage and reach wider audiences.

Can you see that you don’t want to miss out on any of these? Hurry to their website and nominate any or all of the 20 categories before the deadline which is February 28. You can also connect with the CLGM awards on Facebook and Instagram and catch up on all the updates.


  1. Good one and a nice initiative. So much love this.

  2. Nice one. I love catholic liturgical songs ehn, realy miss my choir days.

  3. Catholic liturgical songs has a way of restoring peace to my soul. I love this

  4. This is beautiful!
    I love catholic songs. I’m glad I learnt Halleluia chorus, even though I didn't complete it before I left home.
    Ran into The Legendary Dr Jude Nnam recently😍😍😍 I miss my choir days🙈

    This is a nice move. More Christian bodies should get involved.

    1. Iphie you no Jude Nnam? Wow!!! That man is pure talent, the GF Handel of Nigeria.
      MeI been dey see am steady that year sha, when I was still with the Abuja Archdiocesan Choir.

    2. His song...Olisa is killing me softly each Sunday our choristers sing it.i just got to know that all his songs are YouTube.

    3. Miss Aboki. His name at first struck me, and then I asked him if he is the Song writer. Omg!! See me beaming with smiles.
      I was humbled. I told him how his songs influenced my teenage years in choir. Men like him should be celebrated.

      Lucile, the man is a muisc genius! Will check his songs on You tube. He so HUMBLE!

    4. The Ancestor himself. His simplicity is out of this world. He writes songs in virtually all Nigerian languages.

      Lucille i love love Olisa
      Akam di nelu oru olu gi
      Ekele diri gi okwesirigi
      Otito diri gi oziyere gi igwe ne chendu mo...
      Chai, I need to resume choir abeg

  5. wow.... This is good news

  6. Jude nnam; kosisochukwu, olisa, obi sali sali etc. He is just good.


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