Neligo Women’s Choir set to launch ‘Ndioloke’DVD album on Sunday

New Living Gospel Church (Neligo) Women’s Choir will on Sunday, 23rd April, 2017 launch a DVD of their second album titled ‘Ndioloke’ at Robin’s Park in the commercial City of Blantyre.

Neligo on stage

The group’s Treasurer Pastor Triza Gunde said all was set for the launch of the 13-track DVD and people should expect more exciting things during the launch saying they are more than equipped.

“We are more than ready to entertain people throughout the day and we ask them to come in their large numbers and be blessed,” Gunde told Nyasatimes.

Gunde also added that people will never be the same after the show describing it as a Sunday of worship as well.

“This is not a mere show but rather a show where people will encounter and receive Jesus Christ,” she added.

Some of the songs in the album include ‘Sumamva,’ Go Konko,’ ‘Ndampeza Yesu,’ ‘Ndikuthokoza and ‘Talapa,’.

Neligo came into the limelight after releasing their debut album Chikondi Chanu which has songs such as ‘Sawona Wakuyeliko,’ ‘Yesu Ndiye Nyali,’ and ‘Wankhondo Wanga.’

Neligo Women’s Choir is also well known with exquisite dancing antics and its love for putting on school uniforms as if they were students.

According to Gunde, the group does this deliberately saying apart from preaching the word of God, they also advocate for women and girl education.

Other artists set to perform at the launch are Ndirande Anglican Voices, Favoured Martha, Chifundo Banda, Limbani Simenti, Khama khwiliro, Eliza Mponya, P.O.V, Evance Meleka, Lloyd Phiri, Steve Wazisomo Muliya, Andy Seko and Manze Ofewa.

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D Kazembe
5 years ago

Amayimba Bwino Bt Problem Z Nyimbo Zawo Zimasowa.

U Have 4got Charges. Kma Eee Kuli Michonya Yo Singer.

5 years ago

mtengo ndi bwanji pakhomo. I would like my mum to go there and enjoy herself

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