A Kaduna State-born gospel singer, Enkay Ogboruche, has said that she feels privileged being a gospel singer.
In an interview with Sunday Scoop, she said, ““Being a gospel singer has been an awesome time. I feel very privileged to be used by God.”
The singer also stated that one of her greatest desires was for Nigeria to return to a time of peaceful co-existence between people of different religions. She said, “At the time I grew up in Kaduna, there was communal living, and lots of love. There was really no problem at all. People of different religions were co-existing, and I really look forward to Nigeria returning to that stage. In recent times, I have only gone on street outreaches in Lagos and other places, but I have plans to go to Kaduna for one soon.”
Speaking on what she is most grateful for this year, Enkay said, “In the early part of the year, I broke my back and it was dislocated for like a week. All medical attempts to solve the problem failed were defiled by the condition, but God miraculously came through for me.”
Talking about things that people did not know about her, she said, “I am a mother of three boys. I speak Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba and English languages, and I love to drink biscuit flakes (biscuit dipped in music).”
Source: The Punch