Dennis Mutara poses for a photo with a fan(Photo/Courtesy).
Legendary Kikuyu gospel singer Dennis Mutara was elated over the weekend after his die-hard fans paid him a visit at his home in Maragua. Taking to his Tiktok account, the award-winning singer shared a video of himself having memorable moments with the visiting fans.
They danced to his songs and put a smile on his face. Mutara said he doesn't have enough words to express how he was touched by the respect shown by his fans, following the visit.
He prayed to God that he will continue blessing the fans for their kind deeds. ''Thanks so much my loved ones for visiting me, I can't have enough words to thank you but God bless you all,'' he wrote on his TikTok account and shared a video.
Mutara also announced that he has made a comeback in the music industry after taking a long break. He officially introduced his new song on TikTok and most of his fans loved it.
''I am back. To God be the glory,'' he wrote and shared a short video jamming to his new song which sounds catchy, melodious, and entertaining. The surprise visit by fans comes barely a month after his fellow singers snubbed his father's burial, something that caused a heated debate on social media.
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