Rhumba maestro Wuod Fibi saw the light a couple of months ago and dropped his secular career to embark on the gospel ministry.
Before shifting to gospel, Wuod Fibi was a big name in the production of top hits in Luo Nyanza through his Barikiwa Studios record label.
Well, there seems to be more moves coming in after making the bold step.
Wuod Fibi will now be hosting a gospel show on Kisumu based Radio Lake Victoria every Sunday between 4PM and 7PM.
The show baptized ‘Gweth Mogundho’ will premiere on Sunday, 2nd June 2019.
Introducing the show, Betty Opondo, a presenter and also the programs manager at the station broke the news to lovers of the born-again artist through a facebook post.
“Breaking news! It’s big, it’s better! Coming soon only on Radio Lake Victoria 92.1FM” wrote Betty
Wuod Fibi on the other hand while accepting the offer asked his fans to stay tuned for all the inspiration and great music when the show finally kicks off.
“Let’s get ready for a radio revolution in the gospel ministry as i accept the call of God to minister to the nations through Radio Lake Victoria. Join me on the 2nd of June 2019 from 4pm to 7pm for the premier of ” Gueth Mogundho” I will bring you the best of gospel radio show ever.
I have programs lined up that will bless you, inspire you, encourage you and uplift as you also connect and network through fellowship. Music ranging from adwen, kopere, pendekote and modern gospel tunes is what awaits you. God bless you as you share and spread this news” wrote Wuod Fibi
This comes barely a week after Jael Lieta, a presenter at Kisumu’s Radio Nam Lolwe was appointed to head Sky FM, another station based in the lakeside city.
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