Civil servant releases gospel album, says God’s talents must be maximised

A civil servant working with the Ministry of Local Government in Ntcheu says God-given talent must be used to the fullest to turn around socio-eco-political tables.

Ta Mika
Ta Mika

Tamika Milimbo, Human Resource Manager for Ntchisi District Council, has made the observation ahead of the launch of his debut gospel album ‘Luso 1’ next month.

“God has blessed us with a horde of talents, but we deliberately choose not to put them into us, which resultantly brings misery in our lives,” said Milimbo quoting scripture.

According to him, certain issues in the country and the world can be solved if everyone used their talents to the full.

Milimbo described his debut album as very artistic.

“It is a very artistic album whereby it’s very different from the usual local music that people listen to each and every day. The production, arrangement, lyrical content as well as voice will have every discerning heart come closer to God,” he said.

In one of his songs, Tisiyana Odalira, the persona calls on God to intervene in his life so that non-believers can see and feel His greatness. Tamika’s other songs can be accessed online on

The album will be launched at Crossroads Hotel in the capital Lilongwe on September 30 and supporting artists will include Patience Namadingo and Faith Mussa.

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