Gospel singer to launch debut album

PROSPECTS appear great for Rwanda’s gospel singer, Alfred Kwizera, who is set to launch his debut album ‘Humura Nshuti’ on December 12. New Life Bible Church is the venue and the concert will start at 2pm; entrance fee is Rwf1,000 (for students) and Rwf2,000 for others.
Set to rock at the concert.
Set to rock at the concert.

PROSPECTS appear great for Rwanda’s gospel singer, Alfred Kwizera, who is set to launch his debut album ‘Humura Nshuti’ on December 12.

New Life Bible Church is the venue and the concert will start at 2pm; entrance fee is Rwf1,000 (for students) and Rwf2,000 for others. Lemigo Hotel sponsored the event.
Kwizera said he is elated that the album will not only make him one of the local leading gospel musicians, but also help people know God.

The nine-track collection contains inspirational tunes, some of which are already being played on local FM stations, the likes of ‘Imana Irarora’ and ‘Ibagirwe Ibyahise.’

Famous local gospel artists, Patrick Nyamitari, Columbus, Blessed Sisters, Dominic Nick, and others from Uganda are expected to perform.

The 22-year-old singer rose to fame after the release of his single ‘Humura Nshuti’, which claimed the title of the album.
His strong Christian upbringing has contributed a lot to his being steadfast in gospel music.

Notably, Kwizera is also a brother to former TPF 4 contestant Elizabeth Gaga.

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