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BENJAMIN DUBE, TAKI NDOU HERE TOMORROW

By Delisa Thwala | 2019-06-13

LEGENDARY singer Benja-min Dube will be in the country together with singer Taki Ndou from tomorrow till Sunday at Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre for a weekend service.

This was confirmed by Jesus Calls Worship Centre Manzini Pastor Ntsiki Malaza yesterday.  “It has been confirmed that Benjamin and Taki will be in the country and have promised to give Eswatini gospel lovers a night and a weekend to remember,” said Malaza.

This is not the first time the gospel singers will be in the country, as they have graced many stages before.

Deliverance

Malaza said they were looking forward to a beautiful night of worship and hope people will come through for deliverance and a meaningful worship during the weekend event.

 “They are not just gospel singers to us, they are psalmists n God's anointed worshipers. We have a solid relationship with both of them, they have visited our church a number of times to worship and fellowship with us.

“We are hoping to have a refreshing time in the presence of God through worship not just for Jesus Calls members but for the entire body of Christ,” said the pastor.

Taki will perform tomorrow for his fans while Benja-min Dube will not only perform but also deliver a sermon.

Benjamin has become a popular gospel giant in the country and was at some point afforded the chance to perform for Their Majesties.

 He is well-known for hit songs such as  ‘Moya Ongcwele’ and ‘Bheka Ubuhle’.

 He always delivers a good show for his fans.

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