The management and family of the late gospel singer, Gisele Precious Nsabimana, have announced that they will officially launch the deceased’s unfinished projects during a concert titled, “An evening in memory of Gisele Precious.”
According to a statement released by the parties, unfinished projects include the deceased’s debut and last album, Imbaraga z’Amasengesho (the power of prayers) and an initiative entitled, Precious Foundation.
The event is scheduled for November 13, at Dove Hotel in Gisozi from 2 pm. However, organisers added that more details about the event will be communicated soon.
“It will be an opportunity to continue standing with her beloved family and support this important cause she had on her heart before passing to be with the Lord,” the statement reads in part, adding that copies of her album will be available for sale.
Gisele Precious died in Rubavu hospital on September 15, 2022, leaving behind a husband and one-month-old baby boy. She was laid to rest at the Rugerero cemetery in Rubavu District on Monday, September 19.
Nsabimana was one of the country’s talented, visionary and creative female artistes who had a promising future in ministry.
She was born in Kigali in 1995 and was the fifth of seven children of Pastor Phillip Nsabimana and Florentine Nyiranzanira.
Nsabimana attended school at Kinunga Primary in Gikondo, from where she joined Nyamata Technical Secondary School for Computer Electronics studies. She went on to acquire a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from St. Lawrence University in Kampala, Uganda.
Her management and family recognised the gospel music fraternity, friends, pastors and everyone for their prayers, support and condolences offered.