Divine genetic connection on Jori sisters new track

'This song reminds us to be thankful to the Lord, to keep believing and having Faith in him'

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By ALBERT MASAKA

IN A show of divine genetic connection, the elder of the award-winning gospel music siblings Loice Jori, has again roped in her sister, Zawadi to create one impacting track entitled “Ipai Kutenda.”

In their mission to reach out to people of all age groups and musical tastes, a video of the track dropped in April is on the cards.

Loice said that in any given situation, their target audience was full of hurting people and the uplifting message on the Tari Fingers-produced track, Ipai Kutenda, was an antidote to any challenges in life.

“This song reminds us to be thankful to the Lord, to keep believing and having Faith in him.

“Most of the time in my life I cried because of the challenges I came across in life.”

She added that even when life gets tough their unparalleled commitment to their calling remained to encourage people to seek Jesus’ and stay under the shadow of his wings where protection and safety is guaranteed.

“But when I met Jesus Christ the saviour, his mercy rewrote my life, everything changed, sorrows into laughter… so the song pleads with Jesus not to let go of my hand for I might be destroyed without him.”

Ipai Kutenda is available on all social media platforms, including YouTube and Facebook.

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