Gospel singer Dominic Nic is lining up what he has described as the “concert of the year” set to take place on Sunday November 24 at Pentecostal Church ADEPR Nyarugenge.
Speaking to tukabyine.com, the gospel star revealed that it will be the opportune moment to thank God as the year 2013 nears its end.
Dominic has been quiet this year as far as concerts are concerned, with his most notable public appearance being at Danny Vumbi’s album launch last year.
At the time it was rumored he would venture into secular music after being spotted on numerous occasions with Danny. And there couldn’t be a better way to disapprove those allegations than the upcoming concert.
“I thought this will be the best moment to hold this show because we are almost ending the year, so it’s good to thank God for all that he has done for us.”
However, Dominic’s share of up and downs this year will continue to dominate headlines. In October this year he opted to snub the first edition of Groove Awards, the first ever Gospel Awards to be staged on Rwandan soil, accusing organizers of not catering for the interests of gospel musicians.
He said, “I won’t be attending the awards because I don’t believe they genuinely cater for the needs of gospel musicians. They only care about themselves and that’s all. They just want to make a name for themselves.”