Gospel rapper Suffix charms young people to trust God

Singer Aubrey Ghambi popularly known as Suffix has urged young people in the country to trust God in whatever they are doing to register success in their lives.

Malawi Christian rapper Suffix

Speaking to hundreds of young people from CCAP Synod of Livingstonia in a whatsapp teleconferencing Ghambi said many young people rush for success without involving God which is a grave mistake.

“In my case, I am a born again Christian with Reformed Bible Church and the time I got saved I started thinking of my life now and again while I was already an artist and my salvation helped me to continue composing songs which talk and glorify God,” he said.

The 25 year boy said, surrounded by people who care about his life, the situation has made him come up with gospel songs that grab the attention of many people in Malawi and beyond.

Suffix, a graduate from Catholic University with a major in Economics, said youth without Christ are lost group of people.

The Mkazi WA Kumwamba fame lambasted people who always put the blame on the economics of this country saying citizens need government to do everything for them which is unfortunate.

“I think if we start using our own skills without relying on government resources, we can create wealth and jobs in this country for ourselves and save for our children also, I think that’s what the Indians and the Jews do to stabilise their economy,” the artist said.

One of the organisers, John Thindwa said the online interview was organised to inspire the youth in Lilongwe presbytery to trust in God who provides everyone’s needs.

“Suffix was brought into this online session in order to assist the youth in our presbytery to do better despite their age but they should be aware that they can contribute fully to the development of this country by participating in developmental activities,” he said.

Thindwa added that it is high time that young people in the country do not remain idle waiting for government to provide everything to them, hence mobilizing them to hear from young people who are successful in this country.

This online conversation brought about 100 hundred young people from fourteen congregations of Lilongwe presbytery of Livingstonia synod and attended the session where they were asking questions to Suffix.

Meanwhile, Suffix is working on his new song which he has promised to produce and soon make it available to his fans across the globe.

Born Aubrey Ghambi single, Suffix which means additional knowledge stays in Lilongwe Malawi’s capital city.

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