“Life is difficult for me” – Gospel singer, Agatha Moses behind viral track ‘I No Go Gree’ cries out for help -VIDEO

Agatha Moses, the woman behind the viral track, ‘I No Go Gree’ has cried to Nigerians for help in a bid to revive her music career.


The woman recently got interviewed by the famous Facebook content creator, Lucky Udu, and she used the opportunity to recount how she fell off, despite having attained significant fame a few years ago.


Mrs Agatha noted that her fall off occurred due to lack of money to fund her talent coupled with the fact that her marketer left her.

She further expressed delight over the fact that her song suddenly started trending online; on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and so on.


The woman went on to appeal to netizens to come to her aid financially.


Agatha Moses noted that she only gets gigs for concerts outside the country, in places like Benin Republic, Cameroon, and other neighbouring countries, stating that she is no longer appreciated in Nigeria.


Reacting to the video, One Queenh Karnley wrote: “Omg I thought she’s not making gospel music anymore, I love her music.”

Francis Promise: “Still listen to her victorious and glorious songs from Zambia much love ma.”


Trinity Idahosa: “Lovely music. One of my favourite songs Almighty God has remember you today. You must shine again ma.”

Dathrama Patrick: “You are loved ma. You were never forgotten! You were just not able to upgrade yourself to what technology has brought in those season… I think first you need knowledge/information… You are amazing and you can still be heard..”


Kelvin Prince: “For Cameroon here every Sunday my mom plays her song I wish she can get back to her feet she is a legend for us Cameroonian specially to my mom.”


Watch the video below: