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Mabvuramiti, Haisa set for comeback


DAVID Mabvuramiti, who rose to fame with hit song Chikomba Muwardrobe before turning to gospel music, is set to make a comeback when he features as one of the guest performers at Victory Power International Ministries’ Cross-Over Night Conference.


The all-night event will be held at Limbani Shopping Centre in Zengeza 5, Chitungwiza, on New Year’s Eve.

The conference, which is the ministry’s second convention since its inception in December last year, will also see Pastor Haisa and African Praise, a choral music outfit from the sprawling town of Chitungwiza, performing.

According to the event organisers, the conference is expected to attract thousands of visitors from the ministry’s branches in Kariba, Shamva, Glendale and Bindura, while South Africa has its own in Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town.

Victory Power International Ministries spokesperson Pastor Joe said the inclusion of Mabvuramiti as part of the performers was meant to show people that through faith, God can indeed work miracles in their lives.

“The church’s vision is to win billions of souls for Christ and it is in that vein that we continue deploying our pastors wherever God directs. A case in point in which God worked wonders is when Pastor Mabvuramiti regained his sight,” he said.

Founded by Bishop Believe and Mitchell Paradise in December last year, the Ministries on the day will also be celebrating their first anniversary.

“The conference is a God-given mandate to empower people and deliver them from any bondage that stops them from realising what God has ordained for them. Hence it will also be a demonstration of the power of God to set people free and bring solutions into life issues,” Bishop Believe said.

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