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<p><strong>By Jonk WA Mashamba</strong><br />
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za</p>

<p>SOME in the industry that is hit hard during the lockdown is the music industry. But for the likes of musician Mpumelelo Ngwenya, this is not the end of the road. He has planned to showcase his Godgiven talent during his live concert to be held on Face book on Wednesday from 4pm to 5pm. The 23-year-old multi-intrumentalist, originally from Makuleke village in Malamulele, said the main mission of the live concert is to share the Gospel of Jesus through songs. “I want to impact and encourage the young and the old Christians through music. I believe that gospel music is a very powerful tool in reaching non-believers and the broken hearted who enjoy music.”</p>

<p>Ngwenya said his mission is to change people’s lives in a positive way and bring them closer to Christ. He started playing keyboard at the age of 13. “I would normally play at church services. But there’s something special about me, I have an anointed voice,” he says. The first time he hosted live concert was in 2018. “But the lockdown cannot stop me from doing so. The aim of the concert is to heal, restore hope during this critical time that we are currently in.”</p>
Mpumelelo’s live concert Anticipated

By Jonk WA Mashamba
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za

SOME in the industry that is hit hard during the lockdown is the music industry. But for the likes of musician Mpumelelo Ngwenya, this is not the end of the road. He has planned to showcase his Godgiven talent during his live concert to be held on Face book on Wednesday from 4pm to 5pm. The 23-year-old multi-intrumentalist, originally from Makuleke village in Malamulele, said the main mission of the live concert is to share the Gospel of Jesus through songs. “I want to impact and encourage the young and the old Christians through music. I believe that gospel music is a very powerful tool in reaching non-believers and the broken hearted who enjoy music.”

Ngwenya said his mission is to change people’s lives in a positive way and bring them closer to Christ. He started playing keyboard at the age of 13. “I would normally play at church services. But there’s something special about me, I have an anointed voice,” he says. The first time he hosted live concert was in 2018. “But the lockdown cannot stop me from doing so. The aim of the concert is to heal, restore hope during this critical time that we are currently in.”

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