From green city with reggae gospel

BANDA—My message is loaded with the undiluted word of God

Mzuzu-based musician Mtumiki Saulo Paulo, who is also a lecturer at Mzuzu University (Mzuni), has said he is so passionate about reggae music hence utilising it to minister the word of God.

Real name Wilson Banda Jnr, whose nickname Mtumiki Saulo Paulo was inspired by Apostle Paul in the Bible; he said his music dates back to late 1990s.

“People need to listen to my music because it is spirit filled. I started composing songs in secondary school and at that time I was doing ragga before switching to conscious reggae,” he said.


Mtumiki Saulo Paulo debuted with his six-track album titled Blessed Man before dropping his first reggae gospel single titled ‘Phathiphathi ndi Yesu’ in 2011.

“This was the beginning of my gospel music ministry where I also ended up changing my name from Willa Knox to Saulo Paulo.

After seven years, Mtumiki Saulo Paulo released his second album titled Divine Life which he recorded with Don Foxxy at Step-up Records.


“I launched the album in Nottingham, United Kingdom, where I was pursuing my Masters degree,” he said.

Mtumiki Saulo Paulo said reggae is one genre that is unique and that he finds it a perfect set in his preaching of the word of God.

“My message is loaded with the undiluted word of God and I don’t compose flat tunes. I sing when I feel the song. I sing from the heart,” the artist from Mzuzu City popularly known as green city, said.

Mtumiki Saulo Paulo, who has held performances in United Kingdom in places such as Bradford, Derby and Nottingham, said he was currently working on two albums titled In Christ and Unconditional love.

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