The Utamu Wa Yesu hit maker artist from Tanzania Rose Muhando has has hinted on her urge to have a man after a long life of staying single. The Tanzanian gospel artist has been the leading gospel artist in East Africa making songs alone and some times making collaborations with other artists and more so Kenyan artists. Muhando however said that getting married would make the gospel ministry lag behind since she would be entitled to attend to her husband as well.
She has had lots to journeys in and out of her country to spread gospel and also to perform in events that she got invited to and this could have been the reason that she could not settle thus she maintained single till to date a life she now feels tired of. "I have never gotten married since I do not think I can live with a man and handle him well," she stated. Muhando and who is a mother of 3 children now, has revealed that she is looking for a rich 'Mzungu' man who she could settle her life with. Through her video in a clip she shared on tick Rose sings saying, "Yesu nitendee, Yesu unitendee, Ombi langu mwaka huu nataka nipate mume mzungu na mwenye hela," Utamu wa Yesu hit maker stated. To listen the song on tik-tok here is the link: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSeXtBw1f/
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