Someone Wants Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando Dead

Someone Wants Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando Dead
Someone Wants Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando Dead

Rose Muhando, Tanzanian top gospel singer is hiding following several attempts to kill her that have been thwarted in the last couple of weeks.

Tanzania’s media report that the singer who is one of the most accomplished gospel worshippers in East Africa has had to move houses, from Dodoma where she is based and lives to Dar es Salaaam where it is thought she is much safer.

According to Rose Muhando’s handler Alex Msama, “Those people are not good. For a while now, they have been planing to harm Rose. A good example is on April 3 and 4 this year, they set a trap to kidnap Rose from her hotel in Dar es Salaam but they were thwarted.”

The people baying for her blood are said to have attempted to kidnap the singer yet again on April 6 at Usharika wa Magomeni where she was at the KKT Church for a performance.

Sources in the know about the issue indicate that this may be a consequence of a deal gone sour between the singer and a former business partner.

About Rose Muhando 

Rose Muhando known professionally as Rose Muhando, (born January 1976) is a Tanzanian Gospel singer, songwriter and choreographer. Many of Rose Muhando songs become very popular and trendy online with a great number of streaming and downloads on Boomplay.

She was born and raised in Kilosa district, Morogoro region, Tanzania. Muhando, a former devout Muslim and mother of three, claims to have seen a vision of Jesus Christ while indisposed on her sick bed at the age of nine, having suffered for three years, after which she was healed and later converted to Christianity.

Muhando started her music career as a choir teacher in Dodoma’s Saint Mary’s Choir for the Chimuli Anglican Church. On 31 January 2005, she won the best composer, best singer, and best album of the year at the Tanzania Gospel Music Award Concert.

In December 2005 she participated in a gospel concert to help raise funds for a Dar es Salaam orphanage. In February 2011 Muhando signed a multi-album recording deal with Sony Music. The signing was announced at a press conference in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on 9 February and was the first deal of its kind for East Africa. Source-


Someone Wants Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando Dead

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