Rose Muhando visits Kenya, Hosted by Radio Maisha Mwende na Cleimo on connect Hour
By Otabong'o | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 994 views
Top of the our from 12-3pm Mwende queen of the airwave and Cleimo hosted Tanzania gospel musician Rose Muhando. This is the first visit in Kenya for Rose Muhando after covid-19 was declared a pandemic.
Rose Muhando known for popular songs like Jipange Sawa Sawa, Uwe Macho, Yeah Karibu Kwangu and Ee Mungu Nitakushukuru. Rose Muhando seems to rise back on feet after it was said she was under demons influence and was being assulted for abortion.
During his past visit in Kenya Rose Muhando claimed that the demons were taking his wealth. She had health problems and most church leaders tried to pray for her so that she could get back to his singing career.
Rose Muhando say that she is back in music industry to pray the Lord and she will release many songs as possible. Funs of maisha connect thanked Muhando for coming back as she is the mentor of young gospel artists in East Africa.
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