With less than two weeks left, gospel musician Bosco Nshuti has announced that preparations for the highly anticipated live gospel show are 80 percent complete with hope to reach 100 per cent within the remaining period.
The singer shared the latest news while speaking to the media in Kigali on Tuesday October 18, to share updates about the show scheduled for October 30 at 3pm at the Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village.
According to Nshuti, organisers are putting a lot of effort to ensure the success of the show, adding that the venue preparations and rehearsals have reached a good stage and that ticket sales are increasing.
“Preparations for the concert are going well. All the performers are ready to thrill the attendees. I invite everyone to come and enjoy what God has in store for us,” he said.
The show will feature a live recording for some of the singer’s popular songs.
Other activities include sermons and performances by prominent local singers, including James and Daniela, Alex Dusabe, Joshua Ishimwe, Patient Bizimana and Alarm Ministries.
Concert goers will pay an entrance fee of Rwf5,000 for regular, Rwf 10,000 for VIP and Rwf 20,000 for VVIP, with drinks included.
In addition, according to organisers, people in the diaspora will soon get up-to-date information on how to enjoy the concert remotely.
Gospel musician Joshua Ishimwe and Pastor Justin Rushikama, the legal representative of Alarm Ministries, were present at the press conference, they said they were ready for the show.
According to Pastor Rushikama, the team is keen to support the artiste as they are all in the service of one Saviour.
“Alarm Ministries and Bosco Nshuti have a lot in common. We all serve one kingdom, and artistes in particular support others. So, we’re happy to support him. The theme of the show is related to our pillars,” Rushikama said.
Bosco Nshuti has been doing music since 2015 and so far has composed more than 20 songs. He is known for his popular songs including “Ibyo Ntunze”, Uranyumva”, Umutima,” Ni Muri Yesu, Yarambabariye among others.