Nyasha Manase in live Father’s Day show
By ALBERT MASAKA
GOSPEL musician Nyasha Manase is honouring God today through a Father’s Day Worship session that will be livestreamed from her base in the United Kingdom.
Manase told Zim Community Gospel that the worship session which was to be streamed live on Facebook today at 7pm British Summer Time, was a dedication to God to give thanks, praise and worship Him during this time with all the happenings with coronavirus.
“So we are thanking Him for His protection, mercy and love toward us. And also to encourage each other during these hard times, and to those who’ve lost their loved ones that they may find comfort in God.
“So we saying ‘Happy Father’s Day’ to our Father, to God.
The worship session was also meant for people to encourage each other during these hard times.
Manase’s gospel music career begun in 2003 following a dream in which angels were backing her while she was singing on stage and her father standing beside her in support.
This happened soon after her father had passed on.
The last born in a family of four, she grew up in a family that worshipped and loved God. In her dream that night, she was singing on the big stage with her dad standing beside her in support.
A year later she would be blessed with songs to sing during or after praying and while she was fast asleep.
She was to record her debut track Teerera Unzwe in April 2019, which came from the 2018 “encounter with God”.
Manase’s latest album, an eight-track gem entitled Zita raJesu: Inhare Yakasimba was doing well on the market.