2022 Overflow Africa worship ministers visit Nyandungu Eco-Tourism park

With only a few hours left to attend the 2022 Overflow Africa worship conference, local and international ministers who are set to headline the event have on Thursday, October 27 visited Nyandungu Urban Wetland Eco-Tourism Park.

The place is nestled in the valley between Kimironko and Masoro-Bumbogo hill in Ndera sector, in the City of Kigali.

At the park, ministers held a fellowship in prayer as part of networking and getting to know each other.

“We are looking for a green place where we can walk, connect and pray together. Nyandungu was just perfect for that,” Fabrice Nzeyimana, founder and host of Overflow Africa worship conference said.

He also disclosed that on their agenda, they are planning to visit Kigali Genocide Memorial where over 250,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi are laid to rest, and Campaign against Genocide Museum at the Parliamentary buildings in Kimihurura.

Reacting to these events, Nzeyimana said that Overflow is an opportunity for artistes and ministers to come back to the basics and reflect on what matters most.

In a recent interview, Nzeyimana explained that Overflow Africa Worship conference is about putting strengths together as gospel artistes across the African continent, to network, share knowledge and skills.

The conference will kick off this Friday, October 28 and end on Sunday October 30 at Christian Life Assembly (CLA) in Nyarutarama, under the theme ‘The Heart of Worship.

The 2022 Overflow Africa worship conference will be graced by local, international anointed and experienced worshippers including Gaby Kamanzi, Papi Clever and Dorcas, Maya and Fabrice, Apostle Apollinaire Habonimana from Burundi, Pompi and his wife Esther from Zambia, Rebekah Dawn from Kenya, and Mussie Fisseha from Ethiopia among others.