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Mbayani Heaven Door gets low turnout

MINISTERING THROUGH MUSIC—Mbayani Heaven Door performs

After their successful launch in Lilongwe, gospel group Mbayani Heaven Door Choir from M’bawa CCAP Church on Sunday afternoon launched a DVD of their fourth album Kulitsani Malire at Robins Park in Blantyre.

The launch, however, attracted a poor audience.

Despite the low patronage, Mbayani Heaven Choir and supporting acts such as Neligo Women’s, put up energetic performances.

Neligo Women’s Choir was the last to perform on the day.

The group’s chairperson Osborne Mtenje said they were happy that they had finally launched the DVD in Blantyre.

“We could have launched this DVD longtime ago but we were affected by Covid. We are thankful to God for taking control of everything. We received great support in Lilongwe and in Blantyre fellow artists supported us,” Mtenje said.

A member of Kabula Women’s Choir from Kabula Prayer House Christina Chingeni hailed Mbayani Heaven Door Choir for the launch.

“Their songs are good and powerful in terms of message and we, as Kabula Women’s Choir, also learnt a lot from them,” Chingeni said.

The DVD shot by Stiah Pingasa of Biz Graphics, has 10 songs and they include ‘Paine Ndekha’ and ‘Tawoloka’.

Mbayani Heaven Door Choir was formed in 1987 and has 18 members.

The group’s previous albums include Ayankha Pemphero, Mwapambana Zonse and Undilonderanji

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