©️ SONGSTRESS Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave has added her voice to the fight against the coronavirus scourge, calling on people to turn to God.
This comes at a time entertainers in the gospel music fraternity have turned to prayer and preaching, giving hope to people at a time the virus has ravaged several countries.
On Monday, she dropped a new video song Mutsvene (Holy) shot at the Matendera Ancient City in Buhera, a mini replica of the Great Zimbabwe monument.
In the song, she says God has power over everything and yesterday she shared with her followers that God has power over Covid-19.
“He commands the wind in all directions. He commands the oceans to their boundaries that we may be safe and healed. Surely He shall contain the coronavirus too for our safety,” she shared on Facebook.
The video, shared on YouTube, was recorded last year at a time she was feeling low.
“Mutsvene is all we tell God in every situation. He is Holy and just always. There are so many things that make us want to give up on our faith but He is God himself. I did this video last year and had been feeling too low to want to sing at all but God has raised more hope and faith in me and I just thought I could encourage someone,” she wrote on YouTube.
Fungisai is one of the finest singers in the country who has shown her versatility by working with singers from other genres, among them Killer T.
She even broke barriers, performing in places such as Bar Rouge, which are usually regarded as no-go areas for gospel musicians.
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