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SOUTH Africa-based comedian Baba Tencen and music producer Dr Tawanda Benson spiced up the Easter Conference at Jesus Miracle Church in Soshanguve, Pretoria, at the weekend.

Scores of Zimbabweans, who are resident in Gauteng, graced the event.

Local clergyman, Bishop Jabulani Mubochwa, was the main speaker at the three-day conference.

Baba Tencen, who showed guests his other side as a Christian rather than a comedian,  could not hide his elation.

“I thoroughly enjoyed it because I didn’t know that I still had many followers.

“I also managed to show that I am also a prayer warrior despite being a celebrated comedian.

“It’s never too late for people to turn to Christ because I have seen how important it is to cherish His word.”

Similar sentiments were echoed by Dr Tawanda Benson, who alternates between South Africa and Botswana, when it comes to his base.

“The reception I received from the members of Jesus Miracle Church was overwhelming.

“As someone who was raised in the Anglican Church, I was shocked at how I easily managed to win the hearts of the congregants.

“I just love doing God’s work and 90 percent of my songs are gospel songs.

“I was embraced by congregants and I promised that I would be fine with attending future events,” he said.

He added:

“As Zimbabweans in the Diaspora, we need each other and I appeal that we remain united and be a God-fearing people.

“We need more of these gatherings  and I will always be available.”

Nelcy B donned an Afro Jumbo design by Evelyn Mubochwa. The feedback after the performance was so wonderful. People loved the performance. I learnt a lot, especially love and care for people. Jesus sacrificed His own life for us to be saved because He cares and loves us.”

Bishop Mubochwa was one of the speakers at the conference that ended Sunday.

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