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CAC Babalola Regional Choir holds 2019 Christmas Carol of international standard



By 'Gbenga Bankole

It was a kaleidoscope of music, colourful costumes and scintillating arrangement of voices when Christ Apostolic Church, Babalola Regional Choir, held 2019 Christmas Carol of Nine Lessons on Friday December 6, 2019.



The Choristers in their large number and beautiful attires rendered powerful and inspiring songs at a service which was held at CAC Ijesa Districts' Coordinating Council (DCC), Okesa, Ilesa, Osun State.



Some of the songs rendered by the choir are "Hail to the Lord's Anointed," "He's Still the King," "The First Noel," "E je Ka Jo Yo" by David Aina, "Kulumbu Yeye" by Pastor Segun Ajayi and "Ibi Kristi" by Elder O. Akinyemi among others.



The congregation felt the move of the Holy Spirit which was beyond human comprehension at the service.



While giving Christmas Message, the Regional Choir Supervisor, Babalola Region, Pastor R.A. Fasoyin commended the effort of the choir for their dedication and sacrifice towards the success of the carol.



He also acknowledged the support of DCC and Zonal Superintendents, Ministers and everyone in attendance.



Pastor Fasoyin also urged the congregation to always remember the purpose of the birth of Christ and the efficacy of His power which he said can solve all troubles or challenges of life.



He implored believers not to be troubled by the challenges of life, but to always find succor in Christ Jesus.



The Regional Choir Coordinator of Babalola Region, Elder E.F. Ilori appreciated the choristers who came from different assemblies, Zones and DCCs in the region which comprises Oyo and Osun States.



He also acknowledged the support of the Regional Superintendent, Pastor M.O. Oyepetun and all Zonal and DCC Superintendents in the region as well as invited guests.



The service had in atendance the Music Director of CAC Worldwide, Pastor Tope Dada who was represented by the Assistant Music Director of the mission, Pastor Paul Bankole.



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