Bandawe Station Choir to launch ‘Mulumbike’ album

Lilongwe: Bandawe station choir of Thipula congregation under Bandawe presbytery of the synod of Livingstonia in Nkhata Bay is set to launch its third DVD album titled ‘Mulumbike’ on December 2 at Thipula CCAP church.

The album’s message is about the greatness of our Lord Jesus Christ, his wonders and also talking about salvation. The word ‘Mulumbike’ is a Tonga word meaning to be glorified.

Speaking with the Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Monday, the music director of Bandawe station choir, Joseph Ganiza said all is set and they are well prepared to give the best, claiming people will not regret coming to the function.

On this day, we have organized a launch in form of fundraising whereby people will buy food from us. Soon after the Sunday service, we shall start selling meals to all people who will be available including the invited guests, he said.

This is our third album, we did our first and second albums some time back and now we are launching our third album, added Ganiza.

Ganiza further explained that people should expect good performances from the choir, disclosing that the DVD has 10 songs seven of which are in Tonga language while three are in Chichewa.

We have invited different choirs from different places to spice up the event such as gospel ambassadors from Lilongwe, Mchengautuwa, from Mzuzu and many more, Ganiza explained.

He said people can find the album at their church library (chintheche) or at Nkhata Bay, Uncle Willy music centre, or Uncle Willy shop in Mzuzu main market.

We are appealing to all Malawians to come in large numbers and support us. The day has been organized to meet your entertainment requirements, said Ganiza.

The Bandawe Choir Master, Peter Mphande confirmed about the album launch saying all is set and people should come to participate and support them.

Source: Malawi News Agency MANA