Gospel artiste, Prophetess Nonnie Talks About Transparency & Accountability in New Single

President of the Nigerian Women in Clergy and Gospel Artist, Prophetess Nonnie Roberson, on Thursday stressed the need for transparency and accountability by Nigerians holding public offices.

Roberson, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sideline of her newly released song titled ’Zion take your place,’ urged youths to always hold leaders accountable.

She said that the era of keeping quiet over happenings in government was over, saying that righteous persons, especially Christians, must take interest in government.

Roberson, who referred to the new generation of believers as Zion in her song, said that they must make haste to take their place both on earth and in heaven.

According to the gospel singer, the kingdom of God suffers violence and only the violence takes it by force, hence the need for believers to take active interest in the wellbeing of the nation.

She said that the song which was produced by Joseph Fabs, was mastered and mixed by the popular director, Zeeno Foster, also known as magic fingers.

Roberson said that the song was embedded in metaphor and calls for the radicalization of the gospel of Christ.

“I do not believe that church must hold only on Sundays, other aspects of ministration could be done via music and that is what I am doing with this song.

“I am propelling Nigerian and African youths as well as potential leaders to take their place in governance.

“The song also tends to re-awaken the consciousness of an average believer, who may have given up on himself, his family, his career and his country.

“They need to wake up from the present slumber and be proactive in their actions.’’

Roberson said that the song upholds positive thinking, as against melancholic and nostalgic feelings.

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