Humanitarian and Afro dance hall star, Lamboginny was treated to a loud ovation in far away Weston, Connecticut USA having left the congregation of Norfield Church spellbound with a transcendent speech on Sunday 27th of May, 2018.
The anti-crime ambassador and prison decongestion crusader, Lamboginny was presented with the opportunity of a guest speaker in a special Trinity Service/Memorial Day celebration by the people of Norfield Congregational Church in Weston lead by Rev. Dr. Bernard R. Wilson, and the young Nigerian grabbed the opportunity with both hands with an impeccable speech/ testimony themed “Help Me Lord/I Believe In America” and Saving All Lives Together.
It was indeed a moment to remember and cherish for the members of Norfield Congregational Church in Weston, CT, USA and that of pride and relishing for the very little Nigerian guest in attendance. Lamboginny took out time to share his journey and testimonies into the Nigerian Prison service, his vision and how everyone could save a life by just only paying attention to details and also fellowshipping with GOD in spirit and truth. He also highlighted the role of the United States of America in global peace and development of African youth through the young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) while also calling on Government authorities all over the world to look into the reformation of Juvenile detentions or prisons to a more educative and vocational training center rather than a hell as it is in many countries of the world. “We need to be careful not to nurture or recycle dangerous criminals against our future peace”. He concluded.
Lamboginny come the 9th of June, 2018 would be headlining his first major concert “African Music Festival” in the United States of America in the city of Weston, Fairfield County in Connecticut USA.
All proceeds from the concert will be used to benefit the SAVING ALL LIVES TOGETHER project for Juvenile Education and Health Facilities in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.