“Unconditional Love”: Bosco Nshuti to hold live concert two weeks before walking down aisle

Award-winning gospel artiste, Bosco Nshuti, is set to host a gospel concert titled, ‘Unconditional Love,’ a few weeks before he walks down the aisle with lover Vanessa.

The singer recently announced the dates of the show and his wedding.

The concert is scheduled for October 30, and the wedding ceremony will take place November 12th and 19th.

Nshuti is known for songs like Ibyo Ntunze, Wuzuye Ibambe, Ni muri Yesu, Umutima, among others.

If you have paid attention to the songs of Nshuti, you may have noticed that the overall message is the cross of Jesus, and how experiencing true peace and happiness happens only when a person accepts Jesus Christ into their life.

During childhood, Nshuti was actively involved in various choirs and today, he is a member of the Siloam Choir and New Melody.

The artiste joined the local music scene in 2015, and just three years later, he won the Groove Award for Male Artist of the Year.

In an interview with Gospel Time, Bosco Nshuti shared his gratitude for the big events that are coming.

Nshuti revealed he is preparing something special for gospel music lovers.

“The ‘Unconditional Love’ concert is a special time for everyone to proclaim and reflect on the love of God. My prayer is that God’s unconditional love will be shown to all of us. We sing of His love in a few words, for His love is beyond our ability to describe,” he said.

Looking back at his 2018 award as Best Male Artiste, Nshuti said he was happy to be recognised as someone who had made an impact.

This recognition strengthened him and increased his confidence, he said.

Regarding his marriage, Nshuti said that God has chosen him among those who deserve to have a family, which is a blessing and an enriching grace.

Nshuti calls on all gospel music lovers to come and support him in proclaiming God’s love.

So far, the artiste has released two albums, Ibyo Ntunze and Ni Muri Yesu, featuring more than 20 songs.

In line with performances by other gospel artistes and entrance fees, Nshuti said he will disclose information soon.