Visually impaired gospel artiste task church leaders on support

Visually impaired gospel artiste, Simeon Fujamade, has called on church leaders to support the industry to bring the best out of them.

Fujamade, who leads the Simi Fuja Band, made this call at a recent outreach his band carried out in Lagos.

According to him, the aim of the concert was to showcase the band and preach the gospel.

“The aim as to showcase my talent and also preach the gospel and tell the world there is ability in disability. It is also something to advertise the band,” he said.

On how he learnt the guitar, Fujamade said it was nothing but the grace of God.

“It was the grace of God. When I started, I was afraid but today God has made it possible.

“There is nothing easy in this life. Even learning keyboard is not bread and butter. Anybody that can keep at it will succeed.

“What you start dropping will leave you, if you can stay with it for 24 hours every time you will master it,” he said.

He also talked about the support he got from his mother, Mama Fujamade.

“Mummy has tried a lot. She was there for me and gave me all the support I needed to grow my skills as a gospel artiste.”

He hoped to feature more at concerts even as he calls for support to hold them more frequently.

“If we can do it once a month, God can do it and expose us. I just tell people if you are learning anything, it is not easy it is individual that will determine.

‘When I started with box guitar it was not easy at first you’ll make mistakes but with determination you will get it,” he said.

The Nation

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