Meet Ijaw-Born James Numbere, A Talented Gospel Musician, Who Performed At The Coronation Of King Charles In London


By Peter Jonah

Today, King Charles III was coronated as the King of England at Westminster Abbey, the official coronation venue of the English monarchy.

Invitations have been sent out to dignitaries from all over the world, including heads of government, the diplomatic corps, and world-class artists who are honoured to perform at the ceremony.

James Numbere, a talented gospel musician from Buguma in the Kalabari Kingdom of Rivers State, Nigeria, performed at Westminster Abbey, inside the church, during the coronation ceremony.

James was born in Port Harcourt to the late Apostle G.D. Numbere, the founder of the Greater Evangelism World Crusade, and Pastor Dr. (Mrs.) N.E. Numbere. James hails from a family of internationally renowned musicians.

Recalled that during the 90th birthday of the late Queen Elizabeth II, James Numbere had the honour of being the first and only African to sing the British national anthem before the Queen of England.





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