Tanzania’s Chama cha Waimba Injili warns Rose Muhando

Muhando [Photo: Courtesy]

Tanzanian gospel icon Rose Muhando has been warned to be careful about how she handles her return to her home country after a group vowed to serve the singer with notice of payments for debts due.

According to the secretary of Tanzania’s Chama cha Waimba Injili Stella Joel, lenders are reportedly planning to accost Muhando as soon as she sets foot in Tanzania after she was discharged from a Kenyan hospital.

“Ni kweli hayo mashitaka yapo katika chama chetu na wahusika walisema watamdai pindi atakaporejea nchini. Kimsingi mimi nimsihi tu Rose kama amerejea salama, ahakikishe anajichunga asije akaangukia kwenye matatizo yaliyomsababishia alazwe kwa muda mrefu,” said Stella.

One of the lenders told the outlet that they were pained after the Nibebe hitmaker allegedly vanished.

“Yaani walisema akiingia tu nchini wanaye, wanadai chao maana ilikuwa inawauma. Alichukua cha watu halafu akaingia mitini.”

Muhando was discharged from an unknown hospital in Kenya where she had been receiving treatment since last year after a video of her being exorcized by Neno Evangelism pastor James Ng’ang’a emerged.

Singer Solomon Mkubwa broke the news of Rose’s discharge from hospital on his Facebook page a week ago.

In the video, Muhando was seen in high spirits singing along to Mkubwa's song in the back seat of a car.

“Thank you very much God’s children. As you can see, I am fine and healthy,” said Rose.


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