KWEKWE-based choral group, Maungira Edenga, has hailed fans in Botswana for gifting it with a musical kit.
Pastor W and D Anifasi of Global Proclamation of Salvation Ministries donated the kit to the group during its recent tour of Botswana.
Speaking to H-Metro after their tour of Botswana, Maungira Edenga twins, Sylvester and Everson Mutema, said they had left fans yearning for more.
“Honestly, we did justice to our work and we have been given instruments to use to entertain our fans.
“We have been rewarded for our good performances with a siphon and other instruments which I will not mention for now.
“When we were given the siphon by Pastor Anifasi, he ushered us into the international market.
“He said we should use instruments that are more modern since we are now in the digital era. We are humbled by the response we got in Botswana.
“We held live shows in Francistown, Mahalapye, and Gaborone,” said Sylvester.
Everson said they will be launching their fifth album titled Tirivapfuuri Panyika, which carries six tracks in November.
“We sampled our new songs and it gives us confidence to continue producing entertaining music.
“We also seek to uplift the hearts of believers during these trying times,” said Everson.
The choral group consists of six males.
Meanwhile, the energetic group is today expected to entertain people at an all-night prayer in Mbizo 14, Kwekwe, courtesy of Privilege Siziba of the Kingdom of Christ Embassy Church.
They are expected to perform with Parousia Voices at the prayer session.