- A video of a vibey church choir doing a moving performance has been doing the rounds on social media
- The entertaining clip shows the group marching in a dance fashion together as they entertain the congregation
- The post was shared by gospel minister and musician, Slindokuhle Zongo and has gained over 137K views
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South African netizens were left in awe and feeling blessed after viewing a video of a church choir bringing the showdown during praise and worship.
A video posted on Facebook by gospel minister and musician, Slindokuhle Zongo, shows a church choir singing and dancing in harmony. The members are seen marching in a dance fashion together as they entertain the congregation.
Slindokuhle captioned the video:
“Me as the choir conductor at church. Ndiyonwaba ke mna ebukhoneni!!”
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The gospel performance left Saffas impressed as they shared their positive comments on the Facebook post:
Sebe Sebenzile wrote:
Lorica Mene said:
"Absolutely amazing nantsi inkonzo."
Nonzwelo Welo Nkhocy responded:
“AOG, Back to God.”
Kha Nyisi le NaMbonani said:
“Argh, you never Disappoint!”
Siphiwe Mlangeni replied:
Nomvula Mandindi Gumede remarked:
Prince Iyeza commented:
“Role model ym lo bhuti Slindokuhle Zongo. The way he worships God is like. I have learned many things ku lo.”
Nomzamo Zamo Chiya Msani reacted:
“Wow my church Assemblies of God.”
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The touching song has been completely translated into the mother tongue of the singers but the emotion in the music is certainly not lost on us non-Xhosa speakers.
Mzansi was blown away by the touching performance and took to the comments section to share their thoughts.
Source: Briefly News