Cop Manda Sings About Pandemics
Deputy Public Relations Officer for Dedza Police, Cassim Manda, has bounced back from an 8-year-old music break by releasing a gospel single track called Levitiko 26.
He says the track will hit the airwaves by next week.
Soldier Dr. Cassim Manda Mkombozi, as he is popularly called in the music circles, says the track tackles issues bordering on pandemics hitting the world.
He suggests that all these pandemics being experienced today have come about because people are not living in accordance with God's laws and commandments.
"On Leviticus 26 verse 3, God promised us that if we obey Him, He will send us rain at right time and will be victorious over the enemies," said Manda.
In one of the stanzas, Manda sings: "Miliri tikuona ingathe, kulapa kuthawira kwa iye, corona/Aids nchiyaninso" (All plagues being experienced now can be wiped away if people repent. Corona/Aids pandemics are nothing in sight of God).
Manda cites the story of King Asa who was crippled by a severe foot disease but even then, he did not turn to the Creator for help but to magicians.
“Two years later Asa died unlike Hezekiah who asked God and was healed,” he said.
He was so popular with his song called Mulungu ndi Mulungu.