Rose Muhando was once the epitome of what a gospel singer should be with a beautiful and awe-inspiring voice that captured the minds and hearts of many East Africans, reigning at the top of the charts.
But the last few years, her life has been like a drama series with the singer being hospitalised and some speculating that she might have a psychological issue.
It got so bad that she was captured last year in a viral clip at Pastor Ng’ang’a’s church where the controversial cleric seemed to rebuking a foreign spirit from her.
But at least she seems to be on the mend since that clip emerged and has since spoken about that dark time saying that she had been told that she was going to die after 10 days.
Speaking to Wasafi media, Muhando said, “Before I went through what I went through, there is a man of God that said, I was going to go through four hard things and the fourth one will be the hardest.”
“I went through all that and when the fourth time came, I was in Nairobi. 10 days before that, I was told that they will make sure that you are no longer exist under the sun.”
The ‘Nibebe’ hitmaker also revealed how her experience was here in Kenya.
“Bishop Ng’ang’a saw the vision and prayed for me and when I got my consciousness, I found myself at the hospital. I was not in a good state and they thought I was just sick but I thought it was my time. That’s when I met God and he filled me with strength and courage and I have known God because He has a reason why people go through what they go through.”