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Upcoming gospel musician Abraham Matuka has returned home from a month-long tour in China where he held several shows in a bid to raise funds for under privileged children. The musician said he embarked on the tour so as to exchange cultural knowledge and fund-raise for orphaned and other vulnerable Chinese children.

Matuka seems truly dedicated to walking the gospel talk as the musician has previously toured the country’s prisons such as Chikurubi and Harare Central where he donated clothing and foodstuffs to inmates. Speaking to The Herald Entertainment, Matuka revealed his successful Chinese tour and his future endeavours as he seeks to continue his charitable work.

“We held several shows in Beijing and Juang Xin Province where we visited a number of children’s homes so as to donate some foodstuffs and clothing.

“Eventually, I met a Chinese gospel musician and we have already organised a duet sometime this year when I go back to China. However, I will not disclose her name as she requested me to keep it low until the project we are working on is finalised,” he said.

Matuka said he has organised foreign trips with his Sermons of Grace band for another charitable fundraising mission for underprivileged children. I still have a long way to go as I will continue with my charitable work across Zimbabwe and beyond.

“In July, I will go to Whawha Prison in Gweru for another donation to inmates before touring Zambia and the United Kingdom where I will hold several shows in a bid to raise funds for the underprivileged children in various orphanages,” he said.

Matuka marked his return to Zimbabwe in style as he was part of the outstanding performers at the gospel concert held over the weekend in Mufakose. He is quite popular in the Zimbabwean gospel music arena for his hit singles “Tonamata”, “Ndovimba Nemi” and “Vhine raJesu”.

Source : The Herald

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