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American singer Ike Ndolo sings about human frailty and God's power

American singer Ike Ndolo only needs a guitar and his voice to create powerful music. He was born in Missouri, after his parents moved to the United States from Nigeria. Ndolo learned to love music from his mother, who was fond of singing hymns at home. His latest album is titled 'We Are The Beggars' and features 13 songs. In them, Ndolo talks about human frailty and God's unconditional love. A good example of its intensity is the song 'Wade in the Water,' where he describes God's power. More than just singer, Ndolo can also be seen as a missionary. He travels the world with his guitar, singing his message of love and hope. MPI Spirit Juice Studios SV -PR Up: MPI