El Shaddai Choir stresses power of women in new video song

El Shaddai choir has released a new video song stressing the power of women in society.

Titled “Ikibasumba,” the new song showcases competence of women in different domains, and the value of their contribution to society.

According to Moise Sembabazi, one of the executive committee members of the choir the value of women is even depicted in the scriptures, where God used them to do important work.

“The scripture shows us how God valued women, and how He blessed the virgin Mary to give birth to Jesus, the world’s Redeemer,” he said.

“Women are significant and of great value.”

He quoted from Galatians 3:28, a verse that shows that God accepts all people, not segregating in gender, nationality.

“… there is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is not male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

“Spreading the Good news does not segregate between men and women. We are all called to work together as children and ministers of God to reach the unreached in all manners,” he said.

Based at the Isoko Ibohora Church in Gisozi, El Shaddai choir comprises more than 80 singers.

The team has been serving since 2008, and has brought obvious creativity in the Gospel music scene.

So far, the choir has released three albums.