Murder suspect impresses many with release of gospel song 'Nishikilie'

Murder suspect impresses many with release of gospel song 'Nishikilie'

- Jowie Irungu's first gospel song impressed many who feel that he delivered amazing vocals

- In the song, he asks God to hold him as He is the only one who understands his misery

- Many of his new fans urged him to continue creating music as he is on the right path

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The much-awaited song by Jowie Irungu is finally out and it's clear Kenyans have been impressed.

Jowie announced on Monday, August 16 that he was planning on releasing a gospel hit which left many surprised as they never knew he possessed such talent.

On Wednesday, August 19, the song dubbed Nishikilie debuted on his new YouTube channel and he received a lot of admiration from his new fans.

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Jowie Irungu: Kenyans in awe of ex-prisoner's voice after release of gospel song Nishikilie

Jowie Irungu's new song is a call to God to hold him close Photo: Jowie Irungu/Youtube
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Many who gave their feedback on the comment section congratulated him for his first song - applauding his vocals and delivery.

The song is a call to God to hold him as He is the only one that knows the problems and misery he has been through.

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It was recorded in the desert and Jowie, at the start of the song, appears to have woken up and found himself deserted in the land - which clearly explained his situation.

From the feedback, the 29-year-old will believe he has a great future in music. Netizens urged him to continue without turning back as some other gospel artists have done. He was reprimanded after he was named as the prime suspect in the brutal killing of a businesswoman in Nairobi.

Jowie was released from prison in February 2020 after he was granted bail with the family using every means to raise the funds. A few days after his release, he made changes to his Instagram page, rebranded it with a new name and even made it private.

It was not clear which career path he would take next but as it seems, music will be a place that he will find solace in. Jowie was arrested in connection to the murder of Monica Kimani in September 2018 and spent about one and a half years in prison.

In other Briefly.co.za news, Another young black queen has joined the likes of those making decisions that will change their lives forever. Telentsako Makama has taken to Twitter to share what she refers to as her blessing - she just bought a truck.

The South African woman has inspired thousands after sharing a picture of herself next to the brand-new Mercedes Benz truck.

Amidst everything that seems to be going wrong in 2020, many people seem to be finding the light at the end of the tunnel. These past few weeks, Briefly.co.za has been reporting dozens of stories of people doing things to uplift themselves. Young women are buying apartments, graduating on top of their classes and becoming doctors despite having heaps of financial challenges.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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