Believers revived at Bosco Nshuti’s ‘Unconditional Love’ concert

Anyone who attended Bosco Nshuti’s gospel concert experienced intensive worship and praise.

The show, which happened on Sunday, October 30, saw senior and young worshippers share a stage to create memorable moments of worship for hundreds of gospel music enthusiasts.

A highly-anticipated gospel live show it was, and indeed “Unconditional Love,”-the concert- did not disappoint. It attracted hundreds of concert goers that saw the Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village packed to capacity.

Gospel music enthusiasts began flocking the gate of the venue at around 3:00 pm, but the show was supposed to start at 4:00 pm. Before walking inside the venue, everyone was checked and confirmed that they were fully vaccinated.

Inside the venue, at about 4:30 pm, the atmosphere kicked off when DJ Spin mixed music to entertain hundreds of people as they waited for the show to officially start.

Without further ado, at around 5:00 pm, Master of Ceremony (MC) Dione joined DJ Spin on stage to welcome everyone and introduce the show’s first performer.

 

Over the course of 40 minutes, Alarm Ministries piqued the audience with their most popular songs, which included Hahiriwe Umuntu, Akira ibyange, Ijambo rye and Salama.

 

Around 5:47 pm, it was time for upcoming artiste, Josh Ishimwe, to prove his unique talent as a traditional singer. With a back-up team dressed in traditional outfit,the singer brought the audience into an atmosphere of worship with some of the most popular hymns and catholic songs. Ishimwe performed at least for 35 minutes as he excited the crowd.

At 6:30 pm, Bosco Nshuti took the stage and thrilled the audience with his popular songs.

He also seized the moment to introduce his fiancé, with whom they will exchange wedding vows on November 12 and 19.

His first round ended at 7:30 pm, allowing the preacher of the day to share God’s word.

Pastor Desire Habyarimana delivered a 20-minute sermon on the love of God, assuming that the congregation were introduced to God’s love before.

As he quoted John 3:16, the preacher explained that God’s love has no conditions, and that God is love.

“God still loves us. Christ gives eternal life. Don’t abide by religion, come to Jesus. Surrender to God and expose your weaknesses. The power that raised Jesus from the dead can save you from the darkness,” he said.

At the end of his sermon, Habyarimana shared four things God hates.

He says that while God’s love is unconditional, He hates sin. Moreover, God hates unbelief, fear and lamentation over worldly things.

Alex Dusabe

At 8:05 pm, senior musician Alex Dusabe, welcomed the audience into another atmosphere of worship with his popular songs and shortly after the singer left the stage, the duo of James and Daniella did not hesitate to thrill the crowd with their most popular songs.

At 9:10 pm, Nshuti returned to the stage and asked the audience to stand for a minute of silence in memory of the late gospel singer Gisele Precious, who passed on September 15, 2022.

Nshuti’s final round drew the audience on stage with an energetic dance.

At the end of the show, Nshuti thanked everyone for their support to make his concert more successful, and explained that Patient Bizimana, who should have graced the show, did not make it due to family responsibilities.

Bizimana is said to have gone to the United States of America to care for his wife, who recently gave birth to their first born.

 

MC Dione     PICTURES: INYARWANDA