Kambua Manundu is a beautiful gospel singer and TV host of Bambika. She is among the few respected female gospel artiste who has not had any controversies or drama. Her music career has been successfully growing top a point she has been releasing one hit song after another.
Unlike many gospel musicians this lady’s music has proper content to a point you wont be able to question if she is saved or not. This year she has been releasing songs about things that are so dear to her heart.
Apart from music, Kambua is also known to be all about women and girls. She has recently been working on a project with AMREF Health Africa to help create awareness of what is happening to Samburu girls.
Here some of the photos;
FGM and early marriages seems like a myth or something that doesn’t happen anymore or rather has stopped but apparently it is still practiced. In her new song she addresses the issue and have young girls express how they want to be someone in the future. When the song starts there is like a candle lighting session and Kambua explained;
“This candle lighting ceremony happened in Wamba, Samburu County- a day before 350 girls graduated into womanhood. Culturally this rite of passage ends with the ‘Cut’, #FGM. But #AMREFHealthAfrica introduced the Alternative rites of passage, #ARP, where the elders and community at large instead bless the girls to continue on with their education, free of the cut and early marriage. The candles signify kindling the light of education. Now ain’t that something!”
She was more than excited to release the video since she is passionate about this change. She posted saying;
“#KAZANA video is out on YouTube *Link in bio*. Change doesn’t happen overnight, but if we all add our voices to things we believe in, then change is inevitable!”
Here is the video of the song;
Here are some of the reactions people had to the song;
Ashton daniel: together we stand for girl child. amen blessed song kambua
Obed Ira: Nice song kambua 😍
Kiki KAMAU: Those girls are soooo pretty. Children will love the song too. I have a soft spot for anything to do with children. God bless you.
Ruth Mwikali: It’s a lovely song…powerful message😍👍
Imani Ngeru: Great initiative Kambua!! 🙂