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Four Songs From St. Kizito Makuburi Choir To Nourish Your Spirit

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Arguably, one among the best Catholic singers in East Africa is the St. Kizito Makuburi Choir. The Dar es Saalam based singing unit has been trending with it's best melodies that actually would nourish your spirit if you listened to them. Among the many songs under this brand include the following:

1. Mimina.

This song was composed by veteran Catholic music author Bernard Mukasa and finely produced by Rajo Productions. It is a song composed to persuade God to "pour" His blessings upon His people in plenty according to their good deeds. It is probably one among the best songs ever produced by this choir.

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2. Wewe Ni Mungu.

This is another amazing production of the Rajo Studios. In it's context the song places God as the supreme being in every situation that human beings face more so the most challenging life experiences. It gives encouragement to the lowly, who should later on come to give thanks to God when He helps them overcome the temptations.

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3. 150.

While it may be seen as a number, this is actually a song title. It was composed by Bernard Mukasa and produced by this great choir under the Holy Trinity Studios. The song was done to mark the celebration of one hundred and fifty years of Christianity in Tanzania. It highlights the challenges encountered as the gospel of Jesus Christ was paving way to the country.

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4. Naomba Baraka.

The hymn as composed by J. Salisali, directed by Ray Ufunguo and produced by KMK Queens, a section of the great Makuburi Choir, seeks for God's blessings to His people. It directly persuades God to exalt those who trust in Him by giving them plenty of blessings as they are the stars in the sky.

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The above list of songs is only but a sample of the many hymns this choir has produced.

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