With new song, Gisele Precious echoes government’s message to curb COVID-19 outbreak

Rwandan gospel artist Gisele Precious Nsabimana has released her seventh track dubbed “Mbega Urukundo.”

She describes the new track as a song of thanksgiving for Jesus’ love who died for human beings on the cross to bring salvation.

“My song comes in to encourage Christians to join me and celebrate the love of Jesus as well as spreading good news to the unsaved so that they test that love.”

The artist’s new product comes when the world is facing the outbreak of the COVID-19.Thus; Precious has echoed the government’s message that encourages people to stay at home, wash their hands, avoid unnecessary movements among other measures in place to curb the spread of the pandemic.

“My message to the public is to respect the government’s guidelines to avoid the spread the Corona virus pandemic. They should stay at home. For Christians, such a quarantine period is an opportunity for us to renew or upgrade relationship with God. It is a good time to meditate on God’s word and pray more,” she said.

More of her products include Inzira Zayo, Urampagije, Iriba, Imbaraga z’amasengesho, Ni we, and Shimwa.

Gisele started her music career in 2017. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from St.Lawrence University in Kampala, Uganda.