Gospel musician and former Zimpraise choir member Wencilus Makungisa, popularly known as Mpostori Wency is off the market.
Mpostori Wency paid lobola for his long-time sweetheart Nyaradzo Chirinda at a ceremony in Harare last week. The gospel musician who is based in Dallas, United States, said he is delighted about the development and was grateful to God for the opportunity to marry his friend and lover.
Mpostori Wency said:
Nyaradzo is a special woman to me and I am really elated about this development. It feels good to marry and I am honoured to marry my friend. It was my dream to marry someone I can freely converse with. She is someone I enjoy spending the whole day with without getting bored.
Apart from being a gospel musician, Mpostori Wency said he has a fulltime job in the United States. He said:
I have a full-time job here, but I am even more positive about the future and I believe the marriage will come with its blessings. I know we are safe and we are wealthy as long we continue to put our trust in the Lord.
The lobola ceremony was also witnessed by Sharon Manyonganise Cherayi, who is the wife of Mposotori Wency’s friend Ellard Cherayi, the founder of new gospel music ensemble New Dawn. Ellard and Sharon Cherayi are also former Zimpraise members.
Mpostori Wency has remained active as a musician even after his relocation to the US. Last year one of his single’s was topping charts on a local radio station’s gospel music charts. He revealed he has a number of songs he will release soon.
Mpotsori Wency said he has a collaboration with an upcoming female gospel musician based in Bulawayo who is a member of the Harvest Church. He also has another single titled Waruza which he is currently working on.
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