BY ARTHUR TAGARA
Prison life becomes a high school for nurturing life as crime committers are now repenting from their old ways of living to become preachers of good news the Midlands Observer can confirm.
Tuesday snaffled the rest of the week with joyous moments as the Kwekwe Prison choir left the residence with inexplicable contentment through powerful entertainment from gospel music.
Being led by Blessed Nyathi, a choral group of young gospel artist from the Kwekwe prison conveyed the hearts of many towards the glory of God by shuffling songs of praise and worship at the Dutch church in Kwekwe.
Members of the public who attended this charity programme testified of the joy that was deposited in their hearts which none could give without being inspired by God.
The programme was organised by the women of Greater Kwekwe in which they were conducting their festive season donations to the Kwekwe prisoners
Despite them giving to the prisoners, the women of Greater Kwekwe have been left with greater joy that is worthy more than the physical needs they have donated to the prisoners said Catherine Masingwe the chairperson of Greater Kwekwe.
“We have just discovered that there is a need that is much worthy than the physical needs we put value on as human beings” said Masingwe.
“Despite the fact that these young men are prisoners they have turned out to preach the good news of Christ through their powerful ministrations.
Meanwhile the CCAP choir also hit the ground by adding their own flavour of gospel songs that comprised of a mixture of Shona and Nyanja language.
The day ended with some refreshments being provided by the women of Greater Kwekwe in which the vice chairperson Mai Mukombwe closed with a vote of thanks.
“We applaud the work that is being done by the women of Greater Kwekwe” she said
“We pray that this might not stop but may God continue to give you grace to be able to maintain such good works” she added.