Edwin Nhukarume, Entertainment Reporter
TRADITIONAL gospel artiste Darlington “Mambo Dhuterere” Mutseta says his wife is fine after she fell on stage during the recent National Day of Prayer and Fasting concert.
Mai Dhuterere tripped and fell on stage on her way to the microphone after some dances.
She continued after falling.
Mambo Dhuterere has, however, told H-Metro that his wife is safe and sound with no injury and he did not want to share more about it.
“She is fine and everything is well,” said Mambo Dhuterere.
Meanwhile, the Mweya Ndisesekedze singer has confirmed that he is working on a new album titled Ngoni to be released in August this year.
He also said most of the songs will be in acapela and some few with traditional instruments.
“We are working on an album for August.
“So far I have not finalised the number of songs that will be on the album.
“Most of the songs will be in acapela and maybe one will have some traditional instruments, like Dare Guru which has Marimba.
“And the title of the album is Ngoni,” he said.
Mambo Dhuterere, who seemed to have sealed an alliance with a fellow gospel artiste Mathias Mhere, could not reveal if the latter will feature on his forthcoming project.
“For now It’s not yet clear on who will be part of the collaborations that might be on the album.
“We are still contacting other players in the music industry.
“It’s still in the pipeline,” said Mambo Dhuterere.