Martha Nthakomwa storme Mzuzu with ‘Nditumeni’ album launch on Sunday

After performing in different occasions as the guest artist, it is now time for Mzuzu based Gospel song-bird Martha Nthakomwa to make an official launch of her long awaited album titled ‘Nditumeni’ Scheduled to take place at Chibavi C.C.A.P in the green City on Sunday, 3rd September.

Martha Nthakomwa

The album which has already received positive feedback consists of songs like Ponyani chingwe, ambuye amayankha, timkakamile and Yehova M’busa Wanga which the artist says comes from his stand about life and the grace of God.

Nthakomwa told Nyasa Times that she is more that prepared to give people in Mzuzu a delicious meal in Music as she is also taking another step in her music career.

“Mzuzu Gospel music lovers should expect great things from me, I am more than prepared to dish out the best performance that people will never forget and they should know that God has entrusted me with the message that will transform many people”, she said

She said the shows have been organized in an exceptional and people will not be the same when getting back to their respective homes saying God will meet their needs.

Nthakomwa added that she is very passionate in singing for the Lord “gospel music is a conception of the heart,” she added.

During the launch Nthakomwa will be supported by a variety of Music Giants Including Lloyd Phiri, Khama Khwiliro, Andy Seko, Ronald Thamakera, Donnex Muva Henry Masamba, Chibavi ccap choir, Gift Phiri Mlenga and Martha Kasambala among others.

Slated to start at 11 o’clock in the Morning the show will attract an entry fee of K1 000 per head.

Nthakomwa came to the limelight in 2012 when she released her debut album titled ‘Palibe wina’.

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