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Faces of People who Made #TheExperienceLagos #TE11 Happen Behind the Scene

The Experience11 that held in Lagos on Friday and Saturday has been the hottest event of the year! With over 16 Gospel artistes, comedians, prayer warriors (pastors), and over 500, 000 participants, this event tagged "Revealing Jesus" has become intimidatingly successful and going on to its 12th edition next.

If you didn't watch it or attend, then I think you should log on tonight and watch from 5pm on DSTV 198. It will be the repeat broadcast.

The live stream for that live event had almost 7, 000 watching as at the time I logged on at about 9pm before I switched to DSTV 198 and continued till dawn.

The streaming was hitch-free, social media channels for the event was seamless and information flowed effectively.

I came across the pictures of some of the members of House on the Rock who handled all of that Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, Instagram etc and they include such personalities like Alex AkindumilaAdebola OlomoChristopher Uzezee EjemahAmb Unyime-Ivy KingFrances Kelvin OtungDoyin AkinladeYinka Babs Uzo Okezie Joseph Terry Oru, Pere Jombo, Christopher, Uzezee Ejemah ,Emo Onerhime Amb Unyime-Ivy KingFunmi- IsholaChristopher Uzezee EjemahFrances Kelvin OtungUzo Okezie  Joseph Terry Oru and Ekerete Alvin-Ikpe

I think they deserve a huge award for pulling that off.

They pose with their Pastor, the Convener Paul Adefarasin

The selfies make sense abi?

*Raising my glass cup in a toast to them


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