Moses Bliss Recounts His Humble Roots Before Stardom

Gospel music icon Moses Bliss told tales of his lowly origins and steady ascent to stardom.

In Akwa Ibom, the gospel musician gave a concert in which revealed to the assembly his lowly beginnings during the inspiring event. Videos from the event dubbed “The Bliss Experience,” a homecoming performance, have since appeared online. The artist can be seen speaking about his personal experiences in one of the videos, which included having to sell pure water in order to make ends meet.

He also related an incident in which his mother was unable to pay for two bus tickets on a journey to Akwa Ibom.

The event on Monday, April 1, practically shut down the home state of Moses Bliss, who also hails from Akwa Ibom. Locals and officials, including the state governor, Pastor Umo Eno, attended the event, which included performances by Frank Edwards, Moses Bliss, and his wife, Marie Wiseborn.

Using this platform, Moses Bliss urged the people of Akwa Ibom not to let their difficulties depress them, reminding them that they might become the state’s next great success story. Minister Frank Edwards revealed that Moses Bliss was a competitor in an audition he had judged. He said, looking back on their adventure, that they are now working together and singing songs ten years later.

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