Nigerian gospel music singer David Ekene Daniel, whose smash hit single “Tomorrow must be greater”got Christians everywhere dancing, is set to minister in Uganda.
David, who also doubles as a Pastor, will lead believers through a power-packed praise and worship session at Christian Life Church Auditorium from 14-17th April, 2017 beginning 5pm.
His visit to Uganda has been confirmed by Christian Life Church Bwaise, where Pastor Jackson Senyonga is lead pastor.
The Church, which recently hosted internationally acclaimed preacher Morris Cerullo gathers Christians daily from 7-10 pm. This revival meeting begun 5th January, 2017, and runs under a theme Praise, Prayer, Power, Prosperity and Permanent miracles (P5).
During an interview with UG Chrisitan News on Tuesday, David Ekene Daniel confirmed this visit noting that he is very excited about it.
“I’m very excited. Great joy floods my heart.” He said, quickly noting what came to his mind on receiving this invitation to minister was worshiping with his family.
“I’m a Born again Christian, a Pastor and gospel artist. I and Christ love each other, but He first loved me,” He told this website. “I’m a Nigerian, Igbo by tribe, single. A graduate of a Seminary and presently in the University of Abuja. I have been singing from childhood, (children choir). It is God’s gift.”
David has so far released one album, titled “Greater Tomorrow”. It includes songs; Yeshua arise, Smile again, Hallelujah, Rabonni praise among others.
The single “Greater Tomorrow” has become an anthem in many churches. What is the story behind this song?, we asked Daniel.
“I was crying one night, with my younger sister after been told to vacate our residence for demolition. We removed our property to a very dirty, unused big hall,” He said. ” In the mid of the night, He that determines times and seasons stepped in, and began to speak to me; David, no matter what you face no matter what you see no matter what comes your way, one thing you should know let it be definite in your heart your tomorrow must be greater than today.”
David says early that morning standing out side, he remembered the words God spoke to him.
“The words turned it to a song, which the world has been drinking from.” He said.
Listen to “Tomorrow must be greater” audio below