Gospel minister Admire Mushonga sings Covid-19 prevention

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By Tariro Masunda
GOSPEL musician Admire Mushonga, who has a penchant of singing songs whose messages are laden
with topical issues in his community, has released another album entitled Mwenje that carries a song on
the new coronavirus pandemic.
Mushonga, who is based in Mhondoro-Ngezi, said his latest project has a gospel track entitled Tariro
that deals with Covid-19 awareness programmes.
“Mwenje is gospel album I released early April and it is all about giving important lessons to the world
and the track Tariro is about restoring hope in every living person.
“The song talks about the virus, its symptoms and prevention measures, it is receiving airplay daily on a
popular radio station,” he said.
Born at Beatrice Hospital in 1992, Mushonga did his secondary education in Gutu.
“That’s where I managed to learn all instruments at very tender age and joined the music industry full
time in 2012 when I completed my O Levels.”
The upcoming artiste said his music was now popular in most churches in Gutu and Masvingo.
Mushonga, begun singing about work place safety issues in 2017 after he got a lucrative job at a
platinum mining giant, where he was taught about workplace safety issues.
He later became a vibrant participant in dramas and poems but mostly in safety music.

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