This is after the amazing artist was included in a spic and span tune Watangoja Sana by Kenyan craftsman Jose Drama.
Shot in an open dry plain, the tune’s video has Muhando demonstrating extraordinary move moves reminiscent of her trendsetting Utamu wa Yesu collection.
With her now infamous bandaged hands, she sings in the song, “Baraka ya yangu ni yangu, nehema yangu ni yangu, hakuna wa kupinga… Shetani ajipange upya, wenye choyo mujipange upya wenye wivu mujipoange upya, wenye fitina mujipange upya…”
The song was uploaded on YouTube just days after a video emerged online showing Muhando’s ‘exorcism’ at the Neno Evangelism Centre, Nairobi.
“Rose nilikuambia ukuje, kuja hapa, kwa nini wanavunja vunja wewe mkono? How? Oh no, it can’t be that. Touch!” Called out Pastor James Ng’ang’a.
During the ‘exorcism’ she revealed what the demons that possessed her had done.
“Ni maneja wake ndo walituma sisi. Tukachukua gari zake zote. Tukachukua vitu vyake vyote. Tumemtoa nyumbani miezi tatu sasa, asirudi nyumbani.”
“How many are you?” posed Ng’ang’a.
“Tuko kumi,” she responded.
“Tumesema asiimbe tena, tumemvalisha kinyago asiimbe tena. Akiimba atatuharibia,” she narrated.
When she finally stood on her feet after being delivered, Muhando told the church that…
“Namshukuru mungu, nilichoka, mchungaji nilichoka. Miezi sita siko nyumbani kwangu, wamenitengeza kila kesi, wamechukua magari yangu yote. Mtoto wangu yule alikua anasoma chuo kikuu ako nyumbani. Nimeshindwa ata school fees ya kupeleka watoto wangu chuo.”
Following the revelations, Stephen Kasolo – a Kenyan gospel artist – who was reportedly hosting Muhando – came out to refute claims that he manipulated and had intimate relations with the gospel powerhouse.