Green Light (Featured Artiste: PITA)

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There are many things I want to say, but I know that if I say them all at once, you will not understand me.  So, I will take my sweet time to speak slowly, softly, articulately [All these adverbs sef...] and hopefully, you'll finally understand me.  I may ramble on and on from time to time, but please bear with me. Every blog post is purposeful and meaningful.

So with this unnecessary (LOL) introduction, I am taking the plunge into the convoluted and exciting world of blogging. I love Nigeria not just because I am a Nigerian, but also because I happen to be one of those who are incurably optimistic about Nigeria (see, I have used Nigeria 3 times in one sentence...I don't know if that is good or bad...who's counting?!) I also love gospel music (specifically Nigerian gospel music), desperately want to see huge improvements in the quality of education in Nigeria and love writing.  All these will be reflected in my writings and as I embark on this journey, I hope you'll learn to love Nigeria AND Nigerians as much as I do.

I feel like I have been sitting in one spot for too long and have kept quiet many times when I ought to have said something.  Well, now I feel the "green light" has come on in my spirit and it is time for me to speak up and share my heart with the world.  Of course I am still learning (do you ever stop learning?), but I believe the process is more important than the goal (sometimes!)

If you have read the foregoing, thanks! And Welcome!

P.S.  At the end of each post or thereabout, I will more than likely share a song by a Nigerian gospel musician I have come across. Enjoy!

To end today's post, here are 2 songs I have thoroughly enjoyed by a new and upcoming artiste called PITA. Here are a few details:

Artiste's Stage Name:  PITA ("Praise In This Age")

Real Name: Peter Linus

Featured Songs:  Imela, No evil

You can listen to the songs right here:

There are also a few unofficial YouTube videos of Peter "PITA" Linus, including one with a live performance at a Sovereign Army Fellowship event at the University of Lagos (UNILAG):


@ Renny: You have absolutely no idea how much your comment made my day! You're officially the first person to comment on this blog and I just wanted to say a very big THANK YOU. I am glad you enjoyed the songs by PITA. I think it's pretty interesting that we have similar tastes in music...I shall be putting up more music soon. Keep reading and God bless you!

I totally enjoyed listening to Imela by PITA- thanks for introducing him to me :) I love Nigerian gospel music too, but am also very picky. My favourite favourite is Frank Edwards, and I also love Lara George...Looking forward to more posts! :)


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