Celebrated Tanzania gospel songstress Rose Muhando has been admitted to a Kenyan hospital.
Her spokesperson Daud Mashimo says the “Nibebe” hit-maker had been hospitalized after her health status worsened.
“She needs to be closely monitored and taken care of by her relatives, who are in Tanzania. We all know that she only went to Kenya for work-related engagements; Tanzania is where she belongs. And, honestly speaking, the [Tanzanian] Government needs to help her secure a return to the country. She has asked me to appeal to the State on her behalf. Up to now, she is still hospitalized in Kenya,” says Mashimo in an interview with Tanzania news outlet.
“Rose Muhando has also requested Tanzanians to pray for her during this hard time. She hopes to fully recover and bounce back bigger and bolder in the music industry,” adds the musician’s representative.
The development comes more than a week after a video of controversial Kenyan preacher, pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism apparently casting demons out of Muhando went viral on social media.
In the video, the award-winning singer accuses her former manager of bewitching her in order to derail her music career.
Last week, reports surfaced on social media claiming that the singer had been rushed to a Nairobi hospital while in critical condition.
Kenyan gospel musician Stephen Kasolo has reportedly been facilitating Muhando's stay in Kenya for several weeks.