Rose Muhando – Nakataa Ft. Edel Kweyu: Mimi Ni Wa Mungu, A powerful Gospel song

Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando has released a new song called “Hapana Nakataa” in collaboration with Edel Kweyu. The song, which means “I refuse” in Swahili, is a powerful message of hope and encouragement for believers.

The song’s lyrics are full of positive affirmations, declaring that believers are children of God, created in His image. They are also redeemed by the blood of Jesus and made new creations in Him.

The song’s message is clear: believers should not accept anything that is less than God’s best for them. They should refuse to be bound by curses, poverty, weariness, or disrespect. They should also refuse to allow themselves to be discouraged by the challenges of life.

“Nakataa” is a song that is sure to inspire and motivate believers. It is a reminder that they are loved and valued by God, and that He has a good plan for their lives.

Here are some of the key lyrics from the song:

  • “Mimi ni wa Mungu, mfano wa Mungu” (I am of God, a creation of God)
  • “Mimi nimenunuliwa kwa damu ya Yesu” (I have been bought with the blood of Jesus)
  • “Mimi nimetengenezwa kwa mikono ya Mungu” (I have been made by the hands of God)
  • “Laana na mikosi hapana nakataa” (Curses and misfortunes, I refuse)
  • “Umaskini na kuchoka hapana na kataa” (Poverty and tiredness, I refuse)
  • “Madharau nakataa” (Disrespect, I refuse)
  • “Kulia lia kila siku hapana nakataa” (Crying every day, I refuse)

Nakataa” is a powerful and uplifting song that is sure to be a hit with gospel music fans. It is a reminder that believers have a great hope and a bright future ahead of them.

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