Moses Bliss performs for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Gospel singer Moses Bliss was in an excited mood as he sang for the Duke & Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their inaugural visit to Nigeria.

According to him, Meghan loved his song and he was grateful for the opportunity to meet and sing for them.

On Sunday, May 12, the 29-year-old singer posted pictures from meeting with the famous couple with the caption, “The joy of meeting and singing for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle the Duke & Duchess of Sussex @sussexroyal today on their inaugural visit to Nigeria and hear Meghan express her appreciation for my music is a moment I will forever cherish. Thank you @thedelborough for having me.

"Thank you sir @stanleyuzochukwu for the opportunity to be a part of the Royals’ visit to Nigeria. I'm grateful.”

Several colleagues and fans of the“Too Faithful” crooner were proud of him and they commented on his Instagram page.

His wife @marieblissofficial said: “Grace. A man’s gift makes room for him and brings him before great men.” Proverbs 18:16. I am proud of you! Keep shining. I celebrate you, sir.”
@denilagloria reacted: “When a man's way pleases the lord, he will stand before kings. I love this.”
@doctor.ify: “This is just the beginning. Moses and Marie Bliss have been brought together to take the message of hope to the whole wide world!! They will stand before kings and queens, mega crowds, and bringing them the beautiful message of the love of Jesus Christ.”
@kween_nhaa: “Indeed, a man that finds a wife, finds a good thing and obtains favor from God.”

@beautyanabel32: “God was waiting for you to get married before He opened the doors that He closed for you. Marriage is indeed a blessing if God is with you.”
Actress @ekene_umenwa commented: “Bro, I am proud of you. Jesus is taking his children higher every day.”

Singer @weirdmcofficial noted: “@mosesbliss God has sown seeds in their hearts. They will bring great joy. The gospel will keep spreading.”

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