Christina Shusho rocks Kisumu City with electric performance, see what she said about Kenyans

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By MN Reporter

Tanzanian gospel star, Christina Shusho,  rocked Kisumu County with her gospel songs during the end year of interdenominational prayers held at Kisumu city.
Shusho, who was invited as the presiding gospel artist, took the Kisumu people by storm as she led religious solemn prayers clothed in her songs.

“We want to impart the word of God through songs and prayers. We want people to join us to celebrate God’s humble teachings,” said Shusho.

She spoke as the Nyanza clergy continued to hold prayers beyond storms – also tagged as the region’s revival mission to reconnect with God.

Shusho’s inspiration for hundreds of her fans attracted thousands at the Kenya Breweries Ground, with many holding onto prayers amid showers of rain.

She was happy that Kenyans had sacrificed their businesses to attend prayers. She said the prayers will yield good tidings to the people.

“I am so humbled by your dedication to prayers,” Shusho said.

The prayers are running for a whole week, according to Bishop Dr Phoebe Onyango of Salem Ministries who is the host, and were attended by over 3000 Christians and religious elites from Nyanza.

Onyango asked Christians and the people of Kisumu to take advantage of the prayers to come and seek God’s divine healing and forgiveness.

As the year comes to a close, Bishop Onyango underscored the need for people to come and thank God for their successes, challenges, and achievements.

‘Let us use the last days of 2022 to come and thank God for his tender mercies and kindness to our lives. It’s important to honor God and thank him for taking care of us,” She said.

Onyango spoke as ArchBishops Apostle Ogonyo Ngede, Bishops Evans Ooko, Bishops John Ober, Samwel Alaka, and Benson Achilla led solemn prayers.
The clergy called for peace, forgiveness, and reconciliation. They asked the people of Nyanza to embrace and tolerate one another.

They also prayed for peace to prevail in the Country, and asked every Kenyan to rededicate their lives to God and to give thanks, honor, and glory to him as the year comes to a close.

The clergy wished the sitting KCSE students success in their national exams and also prayed for the President of the Republic of Kenya, Dr. William Ruto that he may lead the country peacefully.

The prayers that come in the wake of hard economic times also zeroed in on God’s divine intervention to save people from the vagaries of nature. ¬†

The clergy noted that many families were currently struggling to make ends meet and prayed for them to overcome the effects of economic heat that were eating heavily into their daily expenses.

With faith, they reassured Kenyans that all will be well soon. They also prayed for all Kenyan leaders and Communities in their diverse settings wishing them utter success in their frontiers.