Former citizen tv news anchor and now the current state house spokesperson Kanze Dena praises popular gospel musician Rose Muhando for changing her life musically and also motivating her.
During an encouraging congregate taking place at Oracle ministries of Reverend Lucy, Kanze Dena revealed how she had a hard life before her limelight which started at KBC later on moving to citizen upto now as the spokesperson.
The former news anchor revealed how she used to peel potatoes and wash utensils working as a waitress in a hotel. She went on and gave hope to struggling people by telling them that bright days were ahead you just keep trusting the process.
During her struggles, she revealed how Rose Muhando songs used to inspire her alot. "Nimekukimbilia ewe bwana" was her favorite song from the gospel singer. She lastly urged musician to release songs that inspire people some times.
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