The gospel singer jets in the country Thursday afternoon ahead of the concert tonight.
This is not the first time for Dube to perform in the country.
National Friends of Church of Central African Presbyterian Students Organisation (FOCCAPSO), in partnership with Qoncept Creative, have organised the evening of worship show that will see Dube sharing the stage with Faith Mussa.
“As I said in my previous interview, I am bringing my singers, dancers and it is a seven- piece band. It is going to be amazing and I am looking forward to be a blessing,” Dube said.
The award-winning gospel musician has 16 albums to his credit and in addition to his music; Dube is a well-travelled preacher and has shared the stage with, among other artists, Bishop TD Jakes and Kirk Franklin.
Media Liaison Officer for the organising committee, Joab Chakhaza, said Thursday that all is set for the gospel concert.
“We are excited to host Reverend Benjamin Dube, who is a worshipper. He will perform live and we also have Faith Mussa. We have signed contracts with Dube and Mussa,” Chakhaza said.
Mussa, who performed in Blantyre last weekend, said it is an honour for him to share the stage with Dube.
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