Gospel sensation and Major 1 records star, Wendy Harawa visited Maula Prison in the Capital of Malawi, Lilongwe to bless the inmates with a word from the Bible and some goodies inform of, among other things, sanitary pads, bathing and washing soap, lotions, tooth pastes, sewing needles and many more essential items for women in confinement worth more than K1 million.
The gospel maestro and spiritual daughter of the famous prophet, Shepherd Bushiri launched her debut album in June 2019 dubbed Mundisunge Ndinu.
Speaking to ECG news earlier, Wendy said her passion for giving was inspired by Prophetess Mary Bushiri who told her to always work and live to serve others.
The award winning artist reiterated that the Maula visit was not the last one, but one of many to come: “I undertake to go full-throttle into correctional facilities, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with those behind bars and offering hope of true transformation.”
Wendy believes that those behind bars are not the worst sinners. She emphasized on the need to reintegrate those from Prisons into our societies and to not judge them.
“I believe in second chances. I believe in third and even more chances. I believe that as Jesus loves us, so must we love our brothers and sisters. The teachings I receive from my spiritual parents have taught me to love without reservation.“
In a slightly unrelated matter, the songstress was recently appointed as the Ambassador for Malawi in the Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards, a move that is expected to boost her networks and reach.