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Shekinah’s ‘The Story’ continues on November 3

Gospel artist Shekinah Motsa.

By Siphesihle Dlamini

GOSPEL fanatics have all reasons to be happy as seasoned musician Shekhinah Motsa is set to host yet another edition of ‘The Story’ at Mbabane Alliance Church on November 3.

The latest edition of ‘The Story’ will feature a line-up of Shekhinah Motsa, Blessing Dludlu, Nothando Hlophe, Ps Sizolwethu, Sibongile Mawawa, Unathi Mzekeli, and Siba Mrwebi.

Entry to the show will cost E150 per person and tickets are only available at Galito’s outlets countrywide.
Shekhinah Motsa is a Gospel artist and songwriter. As a born-again Christian, she developed her love for music as a worship leader at her local church, Jesus Calls Worship Centre.

Motsa has performed in various events as a solo artist which earned her the Best Gospel Artist of the year for 2020 and 2021 at the Social Media Awards.

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In an interview with Shekhinah Motsa, she said ‘The Story’ is about telling our stories together in song. She further said the event is inspired by her personal story with God. “So, we gather in one place to share our stories and give God praise for what He has done,” she said.

She added that this edition of ‘The Story’ is different from the others as there are completely different faces ministering at the event and they are all bringing their distinct testimonies in song.

She further assured people of an anointing-filled night and said attendees should expect nothing but God’s presence. She added that the event is set to be a life-changing experience.

Worth noting, the previous episode of the event was held at the Mbabane Alliance Church in May and featured renowned Gospel artists namely, Ayanda Ntazi, Pumuta Tiso, Mpumi Mtsweni, Bongekile, Nomthie Sibisi, Muzi M, and Reginald Crazy Praise.

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