Gospel singer Mircale Chinga tips Mulanje girls

Young gospel singer  Miracle Chinga has advised vulnerable girls in Mulanje district to keep their eyes on the prize that comes after attaining education if they are to live happy lives in the future.

Miracle performing at the graduation
Miracle performing at the graduation

She was speaking during a graduation ceremony of 51 girls from a week long girls’ arts empowerment camp organized by Othakarhaka Charity Foundation.

Addressing the girls, Chinga who was a guest artist at the event said while arts and talents may become ways of succeeding in life, education remains the key element that builds it all together.

“You may have talents and be good at them, but without education you will always find it hard to breakthrough because there will be something lacking within you, so work hard on your education and your talent will flourish,” she said.

Sharing her own life-story, Chinga said while she is doing music she is schooling and conducting a business on top of her talent just to make sure that everything remains intact.

He said that, “I am an artist that has fans and my life is something I can celebrate, however I am still schooling because I know that school is very important in everything, be it an in-born talent or a learned skill.”

One of the girls that took part in the 2019 Arts Empowerment Camp is Zikomo Kamwana, a Form Four student at Chambe Secondary School and she said Chinga’s career talk was powerful.

Kamwana who happens to be an aspiring music girl said through the three Girls’ Arts Empowerment Camps that she had attended she had learnt the power of music in building a person’s self-confidence.

“Through music we speak and in speaking we can uplift other people’s lives, we can advise against wrongdoing, but most importantly we can encourage each other or get encouraged in everyday lives,” she added.

During the event, Chinga performed some of her hit songs (including the famous Ndili phee) to a crowd of school girls that sang along.

The Girls’ Arts Empowerment Camp initiative championed by Othakarhaka Charity Foundation was mothered by two daughters of Othakarhaka’s Funder Hilary and Gillien Thomas.

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Well done

nachama
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nachama

Both of my parents are primary school drop outs . Iam a holder of a Masters Degree.

COPS
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COPS

God bless you Nachama, you are an inspiration!

Prof. Low
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Prof. Low

God should bless your Parents because they realized the importance of School thus why they worked hard so that you should reach that height where you are despite them being school drop outs. I believe it wasn’t their fault.

Mbulumbuzi
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Mbulumbuzi

Listen to this Chiswa Bumbu Kangapo

It does not depend on one’s level of education to motivate another person. There are so many factors which determine one’s progress in education. There is no one universal factor. My mom was a standard 6 dropout but the way she challenged us her children to work hard and be focused is amazing. Today, am a PhD student yet my parents didnt finish their basic education. Furthermore, Miracle is still young. She could still be doing something about her education.

Peloma Pepe
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Peloma Pepe

Very very true… I grew up raising cattle in the village but my grandparents encouraged me in school. Today I hold a PhD. All the best @Mbulumbuzi.

Mbulumbuzi
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Mbulumbuzi

God bless you, Peloma

nachama
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nachama

wise saying and motivating
God bless

Chiswa Bumbu Kangapo
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Chiswa Bumbu Kangapo

zimenezo ndizoona kapena zongomva?miracle analekeza form chani ukakhala mbali ina umaona ngati mbali ina ili yabwino……

Mbulumbuzi
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Mbulumbuzi

Ndemanga yopanda nzeru ngakhale dzinalo likugwirizana nawe. Mbuzi ya mano kunsi.