Shekere 5.0 | Pastor Tony Rapu | Nathaniel Bassey | Mairo Ese

Join in the Praise and Worship as we roll back the years to relive one of the most explosive editions of Shekere, featuring special guest minister Nathaniel Bassey and hosted by Pastor Tony Rapu.

This Present House is home to a diverse group of people from different denominations or no church background. Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome to join us.

We are a unique assembly of worshipers passionate about the advancement of God’s purposes here on earth and living as catalysts for godly change in our societies.

At our services, you will find real people lifting their voices and hearts to worship God our king. You’ll be inspired by messages based on the undiluted truth of God’s word, be empowered by God’s manifest presence to live your life without limits and be all He created you to be.

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  1. I stumbled on this Shekere 5.0, listened to it several times and it has become my weekly company when I am on morning prayer run. I introduced it to my friends and they have never looked back. I declare more life and more anointing to all these ministers.

  2. Have you ever imagined a day when a whole state will shut down in worship, where people in the market, school, bus, train, high way and everywhere, will stop and put down everything they are doing to play an instrument and sing worship for 30 mins to 1hr just to worship God?

  3. What a refreshing time in the presence of God. I'm blessed, just stumbled on this video now, God be praised for making me come across this life transforming gathering. May God bless you PST Tony , PST Nathaniel and the entire team.

  4. The songs are not new but they are renewing. This shows that Worshipping God will continue to sound new from generation to generation. Our Lord is everlasting. Glory to God. To those that put this video together, may the good Lord bless you greatly.

  5. Wow, worship praises rooted in the Nigerian vein. Humble background without the usual flambouyance that characterizes most choirs. The marakas is my favourite instrument. The tempo rises naturally as granted by the Holy Spirit. Need i talk about the modesty characterising the leaders and worshippers alike

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