Sgwili's new album perches the gospel in the light of South Africans

Sgwili's new album perches the gospel in the light of South Africans

- Gospel singer Sgwili just released his new album

- He hopes that people will see the power in God and let it help them through their struggles

- Sgwili gives all his glory to God and says that he would be nothing without his blessings

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Sgwili is an award-winning gospel singer. He inspires people to live their lives according to God's will.

Sgwili Zuma, which is his real name, originally comes from eMkhambathini in Kwa-Zulu Natal. He formerly sang with the gospel duo Sgwili noBabo.

Releasing his sixth album, Ukusho Kwakhe, Sgwili put his heart and soul into the lyrics as it deals with the unfortunate problems South Africa is experiencing.

He pleads that if only people would listen to the power of God and take heed of His teachings, South Africa would blossom and prosper, reported the Daily Sun.

He says that is the reason South Africa faces the horrific killing of women and those living either albinism. Child assault is also a huge concern as the numbers are so high.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Sgwili foresees a bleak future for our country should these hineous crimes continue. People in general have lost the values of ubuntu and taking the words on his album Sgwili hopes it will allow listeners to want to take a deeper look of themselves from within.

The word of God is what we should all be listening to should there be any chance of us going back to normality, he said.

To thank the Lord for everything he has done for Sgwili, he made an offering to show his appreciation.

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His latest album is a sign of victory for Sgwili. He said not many people would think a person with albinism would make his mark in the music industry and make a success from it.

Sgwili went on to say people were sceptical of even the thought of him getting married and rallying to inspire and motivate fellow South Africans living with albinism.

With all the positive things that have happened in his life, Sgwili is so grateful to the Lord for giving him the opportunities and for that reason he obeys His teachings.

Without Him, I would not have accomplished so much, says Sgwili.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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