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BEN PELETU RELEASES HIS DEBUT SINGLE “OGO” FT GOKE BAJOWA & TEEKAY

Ben-Peletu drop his first single to celebrate his birthday Titled “OGO” which is from the Yoruba words which means “glory”. The word “glory” as related to God in the Old Testament bears with it the idea of greatness of splendor. In the New Testament, the word translated “glory” means “dignity, honor, praise and worship.” Putting the two together,  the song “OGO” featuring the gospel music legend and ace trumpeter Prince Goke Bajowa and Teekay is talking about glorifying God which means to acknowledge His greatness and give Him honor by praising and worshiping Him, primarily because He, and He alone, deserves to be praised, honored and worshipped. God’s Glory  is the essence of His nature, and we need to give glory to Him by recognizing that essence.

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Ben-Peletu is a young man, a publicist known as Christian Entertainment Blogger an Entrepreneurer, and On Air Personality(OAP) with Reality Radio iwo osun state ,Educator, Inspirational Speaker, Teacher, Promoter, Music Lover, Writer and Singer who has passion for the things of God, a dedicated christian who live to fulfil the purpose of God for his life and working so hard to impact his generation positively

 

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