A Gospel explosion at Sports View Hotel

The launch of the Rwanda Gospel Magazine at Sports View Hotel in Remera on Sunday registered an impressive turn up. The attendance list had names ranging from Rev. Antoine Rutayisire, to Peter Ntigwirwa, the CEO of Isange Corporation and Police Spokesman, Supt. Theos Badege.
Rev. Antony Rutayisire addresses the congregation at the event.
Rev. Antony Rutayisire addresses the congregation at the event.

The launch of the Rwanda Gospel Magazine at Sports View Hotel in Remera on Sunday registered an impressive turn up. The attendance list had names ranging from Rev. Antoine Rutayisire, to Peter Ntigwirwa, the CEO of Isange Corporation and Police Spokesman, Supt. Theos Badege.

Also present at the event were highly esteemed gospel artistes Lillian Kabaganza, Simon Kabera, Clementine Uwitonze, akaTonzi and Gaby Kamanzi among others.

Ambassadors of Christ opened the show at exactly 4:00p.m and proved that their fame was no fluke as they belted out hits such as Kuki Wabyemeye, Embabazi Zawe, Reka Dukore and Ewacu heza.

Standup comedian David Ndahiro treated revellers to comedy that left the whole house in knots.

When renowned gospel musician Kabaganza hit the stage with her backup crew and churned out some of her famous hits like, Yesu ni Wimbo and Umwami Urutabose, the crowd went wild.

The Rwanda Gospel Magazine is a product by Isange Corporation. The magazine focuses on promoting the Gospel through articles as well as giving the public the latest gospel entertainment news.

Peter Ntigwirwa, CEO of Isange Corporation, said the magazine will provide a platform for churches to express their views on a wide range of issues.

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