Lanes, lanes, lanes
A believer or otherwise, her songs-marred by quick beats and intriguing choreography- was and remain palatable to many
It was thus a point of concern when she became bedridden for years with her life and career being written off. But she bounced back- like a phoenix
In fact, in a past interview, she admitted that even to her, death was in the offing
The then troubled gospel hitmaker was a trending topic in 2018 after dramatic exorcism videos with Pastor Ng’ang’a hit social media.
While many believed her case was medical and needed relevant attention urgently, the singer claimed she was fighting a spiritual battle, and thanks to pastor Ng’ang’a, she won.
“Bishop Ng’ang’a saw the vision and prayed for me and when I got my consciousness, I found myself at the hospital,” she said.
“I was not in a good state and they thought I was just sick but I thought it was my time. That’s when I met God and he filled me with strength and courage,”
After surviving what she believed was a spiritual battle, the mother of three released ‘Kenya Ulindwe’ to thank the Kenyan people and president Uhuru Kenyatta in particular for standing with her during her moments of turmoil
And now, she is set to release an album in Kenya
An advert on her YouTube channel confirmed that the event would occur at Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel along Waiyaki Way, from 12 pm to 6 pm on 27th February 2021.
However, it is the fee on the poster that has sparked debate.
The Nibebe hitmaker cites a whooping Sh 50,000 per person! A section of netizens had assumed that the amount was in the Tanzanian denomination. However, information on her YouTube channel revealed that the entrance fee is indeed in Kenyan Shillings.
“I need your support and contribution so that I may continue preaching the word of God in all corners of the earth,” she pleaded