Every Sunday during the Inooro Tv's 'Rurumuka' gospel show, Deejay Covenant gets to nominate two songs from renowned and uprising artists to battle out through the week with the winner being invited in the next show for an interview. The public gets to decide the song that will win by voting on Deejay Covenant's Facebook page during the week.
The latest nominees are Jecinta Vinnexx who is behind the 'Mikere Yaku' song and SK Macharia who is behind the 'Iherithia Ria Ruo' song. Jecinta and SK are uprising gospel ministers who are doing their level best in terms of releasing quality songs with a great message.
The nominated songs have a production touch from Finetune Media, which is a company that is owned by Shiru Wa Gp. Shiru Wa Gp could not hide her joy after seeing the two on the 'Igiri Cia Rurumuka' segment. Shiru Wa Gp is however confused on who to vote for considering all are part of her team hence urging the public to vote for their favourite. We await to see the winner come on Sunday during the 'Rurumuka' show. Photos: Courtesy.
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