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THE award winning Zimpraise gospel outfit is currently in the UK for a second tour and will stage their next show in Leicester this weekend.

The group gave loyal fans a scintillating performance at the Watford Colosseum last weekend, backed by the legendary Mechanic Manyeruke who took his fans into yester-year with a polished and energetic performance.

The hugely talented Sharon Manyonganise get better and better and there seems to be no limit to what she can do on stage. When she does their flagship Sungano trademark song, she looks like she is really singing from the heavenly realm.

The Watford Colosseum performance proved that quality gospel music remains popular and that Zimpraise are the country’s undoubted leading gospel outfit.

Manyeruke and Zimpraise may look like two groups from different eras but their performance backed by a competent band of musicians proved that quality is quality no matter what time it comes from.

Taking fans down memory lane … Mechanic Manyeruke performing in Watford

“I really wanted to give my fans a treat before I proceed to Canada next month” said the ever- smiling Manyeruke.

Wellington Kwenda and Manyeruke are going to Canada after the UK for a further performance there.

Zimpraise CEO and choir conductor, Joseph Madziyere said they would always treasure the support of their local fans adding each time they come to the UK they push to give their last ounce of energy to make everyone enjoy inspired Worship and Praise.

“After all, it’s all about Jesus,” he said.

Their next call is at the Maher centre in Leicester on 24 May in a show has been moved to start at 6 pm to allow those working during the day to attend.

Edward Nyatanga one of the tour promoters said they had looked for a venue that would be comfortable for fans and can take the huge numbers expected so that no one gets turned away.

Tickets are available online at www.zimpraisemayuktour.ticketsource.co.uk at pound25.00 aance

Source : New Zimbabwe