Today the country has been left talking after news of a Kenya Defense Force solder who was killed by her wife surfaced online. The said incidence took place in Kahawa West where the two had been living together for close to five year. It has now emerged that the said woman was once a gospel artiste tuned secular.
A screenshot From Her Gospel songs from YouTube
A closer look of in her social media page reveals a woman who lived a huge life beyond her means. The once gospel artiste had traversed several media houses across the nation to promote her new song which was released a few weeks ago.
Some of her notable songs while still a gospel artiste include, Mungu atakubariki which translates as God will bless you and Mungu alimuahidi Musa which also translates as God promises Moses. Her actions have shocked the nation on what transpired to have led to a once a born again Christian to kill the husband.
You can watch some of her gospel songs here
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