Rose Muhando Offers Alternative Show for Fans Who Missed Sh50,000 Album Launch
1 March 2021
[Photo Credit:Rose Muhando Instagram]
By Paul A.
Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando has reached out to fans who failed to attend her album launch at the Villa Rosa Kempinski hotel, noting that she is in the process of organizing another event.
According to Muhando, for those who could not afford the amount, there is another show in Athi River.
“Nashukuru Mungu...watu walilipa kwa paybill number, watu wameni support...karibia 75% ya lengo niliotaka limetimia leo. Hii special issue, kwa hivo wale ambao hawakufika tarehe 3 na 4 ntakuwa na tamasha kubwa hapa Nairobi kwa ajili ya pasaka,” said Muhando.
The legendary singer added that her target to get at least 100 people to attend the show was attained. The event was mostly graced by Kenyan musicians like Ringtone.
The album launch is part of Muhando's revival after witnessing a downturn of her career that plagued with various issues. The singer who currently resides in Kenya has not revealed whether she also plans to launch the project in Tanzania.
The album launch attracted debate over the hefty entry fee of Sh50,000. Speaking after the launch, Muhando acknowledged that the amount was high, but urged fans to focus on the bigger picture.
She noted that the money will go towards building a church, although the location is yet to be revealed.