Arron Nyamayaro, Entertainment Reporter
GLEN VIEW community filled 7 Arts Theater in Avondale where Prophet Tapiwa Freddy of Goodness and Mercy was launching his album on Friday.
Glen View ward councilor Charles Chidhagu addressed guests that Glen View community were there to give thanks to the support they are receiving from Prophet Freddy and his Goodness and Mercy Ministries.
“The house is full and I want to believe it is so because of Glen View community who came to give thanks to Prophet Freddy and his members with the support they are giving to its people including the elderly,” said Cllr Chidhagu.
“Prophet Freddy and his ministry drilled a bore hole that is benefiting the community especially this time when City of Harare is failing to provide clean water.
“He has given support to the elderly and is also giving a hand in making sure Glen View Poly Clinic is secured by erecting an electric sliding gate and a guard room.
“Prophet Freddy is paying school fees for some of children who are from poor families both at primary and secondary levels.
“It is this and other things Prophet is doing within Glen View apart from ministering through prophecy, healing and counselling,” said Cllr Chidhagu.
In his sppech, Pastor Charles Charamba who was the guest of honour urged Prophet Freddy to remain original in order to tell his own story.
“I am privileged to officiate the launching of the album Kastep Kenyasha album by Prophet Freddy today and has come up with good messages in all of the songs,” said Pastor Charamba.
“He is a man who has given hope and energy to most gospel musicians and others like Baba Harare and many others.
“Many of you have witnessed Prophet Magaya gracing recent album launches by various artists to prove that he is true minister of the gospel and want it preached in various ways.
“I want to urge Prophet Freddy to remain original in order to tell his personal story through all the gifts God has vested in him.
“Let this album change people’s lives as I declare it officially launched,” said Pastor Charamba.