On a number of occasion, President Uhuru Kenyatta has been caught on video singing along songs by popular gospel star Caroline Wanjiru.
At ACK St Andrew’s Cathedral in Thika in 2016, the president demonstrated to knowing the the popular “Munduiriri” song by singing along as Caroline led the church in the hymn.
Tomorrow, Sunday September 16th, Caroline Wanjiru will be at Lifeline Church in Anaheim, Orange County one of the many guests expected to grace the celebration of the church’s 12 years anniversary since launch. She is expected to perform a number of her popular songs as well as introduce to the congregation her new music.
Speaking to African Warrior Magazine on the milestone of the church, Pastor Moses Ndereba noted the following:
“On September 10th 2018, Lifeline Community Fellowship turned 12 years, passionate and equipped to grow deeper, stronger and reaching higher church ideals in the years ahead. This is the doing of the Lord. Having been created to reach the least, the lost and the last in our community, Lifeline has strived to keep the unity of fellowship in Christ knowing the limitations of the discontented, depressed and indebted lives God commissioned us to pursue.
With the knowledge that love is not love until we give it away, we are persuaded that we are an inclusive fellowship that seeks to attract and retain those God is leading to us from whatever backgrounds without discrimination. The WORD of God remains the exclusive alignment tool for self-check and balance. We strive to lift and save lives in Jesus’ name. Going forward, we endeavor to encourage personal responsibility and accountability in making a mark in the church community. It is a time of self-reflection and commitment as team players engaged in building the body of Christ across denominational lines.
As we congregate to praise the Lord for the far he’s brought us, we hope to enjoy worshipping together with Caroline Wanjiru, sharing the word of God and enjoying a sample of testimonies. As we share “tacos” at the end of the service, let us remember we are here now and we have a duty to make inroads to the people around us. You are all welcome to rejoice with us. “