Tanzanian Gospel Singer Rose Muhando Pays Tribute To Kenya
In the song, which was posted on her YouTube channel on Tuesday, September 24,Rose Muhando thanks the nation of Kenya and President Uhuru.
Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando has melted the hearts of many Kenyans after releasing a new song to thank Kenyans for their unconditional love and support during her tumultuous recent past.
In the song, which was posted on YouTube channel on Tuesday, September 24, Muhando thanks the nation of Kenya and President Uhuru Kenyatta for standing with her.
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In the mellifluous Swahili track, Muhando also prays to God. She wants God to prosper and enlarge boundaries for President Kenyatta and protect Kenyan borders.
“Uhuru may your gates prosper, may your gates be protected forever. President Uhuru, may God bless your country. Kenya be uplifted,” goes one line in the song.
The Nibebe hitmaker also has words of gratitude for the nation of Kenya.
“You opened your doors to me, you received me in your arms, you had compassion on me. May your gates prosper, you helped me. I have nothing to give to you, I have no wealth, I have no power,” she sings.
The veteran musician sought refuge in Kenya during her ailment. It is there she has been residing with her fellow gospel singer Anastacia Mukabwa during her ailment.
The track will undoubtedly receive massive airplay in Kenyan public functions. It is also the second song after the Walionicheka which she featured controversial Kenyan gospel artiste Ringtone.
Kenyans on twitter responded to the new song with multiple reactions. Here are some of the reactions.
Recent News About Rose Muhando
Just recently, the Tanzanian gospel musician checked out of the hospital. She was in hospital since late last year.
Muhando was in hospital a few weeks after a video clip emerged online. In the video, Muhando underwent an exorcism of ‘demons’. Controversial Pastor James Ng’ang’a, of Neno Evangelism Center performed the exorcism.
Gospel singer Solomon Mkubwa announced Muhando’s discharge from the hospital on Facebook.
The video clip showed the singer in the company of fellow artistes Annastacia Mukabwa and Nancy Chebet.
“Thank you very much God’s children. As you can see, I am fine and healthy,” a smiling Muhando said.
“God has done something that no human being would have managed to do. Our sister is going to knock on the doors of Christians because God has allowed her to do so,” she adds.
The media has in the past reported that the artiste suffered from drug addiction.
Muhando now resides in Kenya, months after she fled Tanzania. She claims that she received death threats from unknown people.