Why Rose Muhando doesn’t want to return to Tanzania
Troubled Tanzanian gospel musician Rose Muhando, who recently hit the headlines with a bizarre exorcism video, has declined summons to go back to her homeland.
After the clip of her being ‘exorcised’ of demons by Pastor James Ng’ang’a went viral, Tanzanian Music Foundation (TAMUFO) requested to have Muhando to be taken back to Tanzania so that she can undergo treatment.
Several Tanzanian artistes also called out Tanzanian Music Regulatory body BASATA to come to her aid, with secular songbird Ray C lamenting Muhando’s tribulations in Kenya.
However, Muhando, who according to multiple trusted Tanzanian sources sunk into her miserable state after she got into drugs, isn’t ready yet to go back home.
In the latest video to emerge, Muhando describes herself as a lioness who is always hunting and ready to conquer any obstacles coming her way.
“Wapendwa na ndugu wengine kwa ajili ya uvumilivu wa mapito ninayopitia, shida ngumu kuvumilia mambo magumu wameamua kuniita Simba wa kike. Tunateka Kilindini, tuko hapa Kibwezi kwa siku saba mfululizo. Hata kikipita nini mimi siogopagi, halafu siongei chochote kazi yangu ni kuwinda tu,” she says in the video.
In the video she is seen in the company of Kamba gospel singer Stephen Kasolo with she did the song Hautasumbuka Tena.
Kasolo reported to be the one who has been hooking Muhando to several influential personalities and is also believed to have linked her to Pastor Ng’ang’a.
He is also believed to be the one who has been hosting Muhando in Kenya for the last three months she has been in country.
In another video where Muhando seen singing fluently to one of Kasolo’s Kamba song Kitole, she heaps praises on the young man.
“Umma utambue, ardhi zisikie na mbingu ziseme amina kwamba ninampenda sana. Ni kijana ambaye ananipenda sana, saa zote ameniheshimu hata kwenye media, ameshanizungumzia mazuri mengi na amenikutanisha na watu wengi wa maana,” she says about Kasolo.