Kenyan gospel artists play a great role in spreading the word of God.They send the message of hope and faith to their listeners through songs.
One such gospel artist is a youthful Kikuyu gospel artist identified as Rachel Ngigi.Her songs are educative to the Kenyans who subscribe to christianity.She occasionally enlightens her fans through her posts on social media.
Her most known "Kiugo Original" which loosely translates to "Original God's Word" says that God has unique ability to exalt anyone through His single word.Rachel has other trending songs such as "Muthamaki wa riri" which translates to " The King Of Favour" which melts the hearts of listeners.
Kenyans express love for her songs especially through quick comments to her posts.Here are some of the reactions in her today's Facebook post.
TThe young artist believes that prayer is the best solution to people's problems.Here are some of her beautiful photos.
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