By ZBC Reporter
The ZBC Lockdown Gospel Chart Shows continue, with various songs in the running to scoop the big prize in what is proving to be a tight competition.
The lockdown shows which started this Tuesday, with Radio Zimbabwe and National FM airing simultaneously, have seen all ZBC’s 6 radio stations airing the competitive show this Sunday.
On Khulumani FM, Ebenezer by Sipho Ngwenya featuring Spirit of Praise was on number 10, while the 9th position was occupied by Pulane Maphare’s Igama lakho.
On number 8 was Mehluli Moyo with Mayenziw’intando yakho while Thandie was on number 7 with Siligugu.
Thand’umakhelwane by Quincy Gqoka was 6th while Jesu unobuya by Amadodakazi Okubonga Gospel Group was 5th.
You are all I need by Maginasi was on number 4 and the 3rd position was occupied by Wilson lo S Mabena with Ezweni elingatshazwayo.
On number 2 was Imvuselelo yamakholwa’s Danger zone and Michael Machacha was on number one with Impilo Yami.
On Gweru’s Central radio, the competition was tight again with Matsime by Donald Simba on number 10. On the 9th position was Anokomborera by gospel diva Mai Patai while General Malvern’s Zvinongonyuka was 8th.
Minister Joseph was on number 7 with Holy Spirit, while Mambo Dhuterere’s Kurira mukundi was 6th. Renowned gospel artist Blessing Shumba was on the 5th position with Amen, while Dorcas Moyo’s Hurukuro was 4th.
Chiroto by Moscow Pembere was on the 3rd position while Mweya Mutsvene by S Chikerema was 2nd. On number one was Pastor Ivy Charema with Munhu nje.
Power FM and Classic 263’s simultaneous chart show was equally competitive with Jah Prayzah’s Miteuro on number 10 while Thembelami’s It’s coming down occupied the 9th position.
Pindirai by Gary Mapanzure was on number 8 while Janet Manyowa’s Makafanira was 7th.
Rose Mambo and Emelda Tshuma were on number 6 with Lujulile while Shalom Charamba’s Mbiri Yose was 6th.
Revered gospel artist Mambo Dhuterere was on number 4 with Zvinonyadzisa, while Julian King’s Rwendo was 3rd.
Celebrated artist Minister Michael Mahendere’s Ndinobuda pakaoma occupied the second position while the lady of the day was Gemma Griffiths whose Titungamire scooped the first position.
The initiative is in line with the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa’s call for the nation to seek divine intervention during this period of Covid-19.