Popular gospel musician Mambo Dhuterere said his wife did not sustain any injuries after she stumbled and fell on stage in the middle of their act.
The Dhutereres were performing during the National Prayer Day gospel concert which was aired live on ZBCtv on Monday.
The incident occurred when the band was winding up performing the hit song “Dare Guru”, a song that attacks the cunning nature and proliferation of fake prophets in the society.
Dhuterere, whose real name is Darlington Mutseta, told the Daily News that his wife was tripped by one of the loose cables that were on the floor. He said:
She said she was tripped by one of the loose cables that were on the floor. It happened when she turned while directly facing the stage monitor. It was not a big deal; she did not sustain any injuries. It was one of the minor onstage mistakes.
The concert was running under the theme “Breaking the fast in fighting Covid-19” and featured other musicians such as Michael Mahendere, Charles and Olivia Charamba, Mathias Mhere, Janet Manyowa, Family Voices, Dorcas Moyo, Kuda Mutsvene, and Blessing Shumba.
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