Lusanda urges leaders to do right in album

2015-06-11 06:01


Lusanda Mcinga of Lusanda spiritual Group says her album is an encouragement to leaders to do what’s right.

Lusanda Mcinga of Lusanda spiritual Group says her album is an encouragement to leaders to do what’s right.

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“Nicodemus went to Jesus at night and asked how can I be born again.

This is a message that I’m sending to our leaders to do the same thing if they are afraid of the people.”

During the promoting of her 17th album, Lusanda Mcinga of Lusanda Spiritual Group has said her 12 track cd, entitled Nikodima, is a clarion call to leaders to attend church and be born again so that they may lead the nation with wisdom from God.

Lusanda said she believes that perhaps because of their status, leaders do not deem it necessary to be seen going to church and be repentant.

“There are people who value their status. However, I’m encouraging them to even go to their pastors at night just like Nicodemus did so that they are saved and born again in Christ.

This will make our nation heal. Things that are happening now like rape, crime and corruption won’t be happening if they feared G-d. They will possess the heavenly wisdom of how to rule us,” she said.

Though this album was crafted with leaders in mind, Lusanda believes that it is for everyone and is meant to be an inspiration to everyone.

“People are afraid but that’s not how it should be. This is an encouragement to all. People need to be saved. It doesn’t matter which church one decides to go to because G-d is one,” she said.

She also deterred people from buying pirated music, saying it was the death knell to artists.

“It pains my heart so much when I see my album being sold for R10 in the streets. We put a lot of work into it but people sell it for cheap. We shouldn’t support piracy. Though we are doing music to spread the word of God, this is how we make a living.

I am against piracy and want to encourage people to buy original cds from record stores, instead of stalls in malls and street corners” said Lusanda.

As is the norm, her guitar plays a central role in this album.

“People have said they have missed my guitar in my last offering. They have come to believe in its power, and so it is back.”

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