With the popularity of gospel music many new artists have emerged on the scene. As they are all geared to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to new heights,very few stands out to be very musically talented as well as spiritually mature. One new name that has caught our eye is Eli Gawani, the gospel artist who is on a serious mission to preach the word of God.
In an interview with Radio 247 Malawi, Eli Gawani spoke of his music mission. “I am a preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ” he said .Born in Harare, Zimbabwe. Raised in Mulanje, Malawi. Currently based in Cape Town, South Africa, Gawani doesn’t take himself just as gospel music singer. He says he has made himself available to be used by God in many different ways. “I am available for free to preach, for free to sing, for free to speak-out as a motivation speaker as long as time is considered. All this isn’t about me but about Jesus Christ”, he further highlighted.
Eli Gawani new international album titled “love is the reason” is available to buy on
iTunes, Amazon, Rippletune, Spinlet, Billboard Music stores, and twenty three other music distributors all over the world! His songs are also receiving a lot of airplay on the radios
He is already writing songs for his second album. Because Gawani ministry is an international one, his songs for the forthcoming album are mainly in English with four of them in Chichewa/Nyanja, Xhosa and Shona.
Gawani is also pursuing studies at a Bible School, and also working on four music videos from his current album. The videos he will be releasing are for the hit songs “Christ is risen, ayankha/uzophendula, Jesus, and the title track “love is the reason”
Eli Gawani is the new name that is here to stay for long . He can be contacted on :
Skype : elwins7
By: Shania Wazili
Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Dr Lazalus Chakwera who is also the leader of opposition in parliament, has condemned the xenophobic attack which is currently underway in South Africa which has affected African immigrants including Malawians.
Speaking during a press briefing in Lilongwe on friday after he held talks with South African High Commissiner in Malawi. Chakwera said he met
the Higher Commissioner to discuss how the situation could be contained.
“It is sad that people lost lives and thousands are homeless and living in make shift homes “, said chakwera. He further called upon the government and the majority of civilized people of the
repubilc of Southern Africa to ensure that all pepetrators must be brought to book.
Chakwera was accompanied by Parliamentary Deputy Chair Joseph Njobvuyaleme, Deputy Shadow Secretary of International Relations, Khumbize Kandodo and
parliamentary Women Caucus Chair Dr Jessie Kabwila.