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Gospel couple Charles and Olivia Charamba are set to perform in Gabrone, Botswana, for the first time on Saturday. The “First Couple of Gospel”, as the gospel couple is known, will share stage with Dr Tawanda, Captian Frank, Enoch Cloud Goreh and Tebbie the gospel queen at Rainbow School Hall.

The “Machira Chete” hitmaker said in an interview they were happy to be ministering in Botswana and people should look forward to a memorable event.

The “Nyika Zimbabwe” singer promised fans a great show that would not just be about music, but more importantly about prayer.

“This is our first concert in Botswana and people out there must look forward to a great show. Everyone has resolutions, so we are not going to do our ordinary shows but an intercessory show,” said Pastor Charamba.

“A lot has happened so far this year and people need to pray for that. We will be praying and obviously we will be worshipping and dancing to the Lord,” he said.

The Charambas are arguably the best-selling gospel artistes to emerge from Zimbabwe.

Their music appeals to a wide audience with their sing-along tunes.

“People should look forward to a complete package because this will be yet another year of praising the Lord,” he said. Recently they released their new album “WeNazareta” that made a breakthrough on the international market.

The couple has released popular albums like “Johanne 3:16”, “Vhuserere”, “Amen”, “Daily Bread”, “Exodus”, “Sunday Service” and “Verses and Chapters”.

They are both pastors with theological training, which enhances their understanding of the Scriptures.

They have toured the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia and have shared the stage with the likes of Solly Mahlangu, Sipho Makhabane, and Ron Kenolly, among others.

Source : The Herald

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