Gwamba takes Jesus Is My Boss album launch to Blantyre:  Major 1 to attend?

Malawian gospel musician Duncan Zgambo alias Gwamba has proved beyond doubt that he is the man, whether secular or gospel, his name continues to trend.

Gwamba gears up for Robins Park in Blantyre

After successfully launching his prophetic album at  Bingu International Conference Centre (Bicc) in Lilongwe, Malawi’s UNFPA ambassador Gwamba has taken his launch to Blantyre, this  Saturday at Robins Park.

Gwamba turned to Jesus Christ in 2015 and announced his switch from secular to gospel music as well and had his debut gospel album called Jesus Is My Boss launched on December 24 last year.

Speaking to Nyasa Times, Gwamba promised to give his best as he helps spread the gospel in the kingdom of God.

“We are ready. My band has been practising with me and we have prayed a lot for this event. I believe people will get the best of Gwamba,” said Gwamba.

The show has been organised by a newly registered company Kanopy Life belonging to Kelvin Sulugwe, Prophet Shephered Bushiri’s former PR O.

“This is our first test. Events Management is just part and parcel of Kanopy Life and we want to launch every service with power. We were privileged to be given the opportunity by Gwamba. People should come see what we can offer in the industry on top of our other services which include Printing, Video Production, PR and Branding, Content, Web Development and Social media management and marketing among others,” explained Bright Chiligo, Kanopy’s Projects Manager.

The big question has been on whether charismatic leader of ECG Prophet Shepherd Bushiri will grace the event. News has just been making rounds that je may be the guest of honour, however, his office has not accepted or refuted the rumour.

Produced by youthful producers DJ Sley, BFB and Tricky Beatz, Jesus Is My Boss is 12-track album which features some songs like Better, Alleluyah and Mfumu Kumwamba.

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