Gospel artist Christina Shusho is a vessel of God as fans contends. Christina Shusho has always found inspiration for her music in the word of God. Atheists have accused the gospel artist of bible plagiarism. 

Tanzanian Gospel luminary, Christina Shusho, continues to make waves not only with her soul-stirring melodies but also with her recent accolade as the Best East Africa Gospel/Inspiration artist at the Magic Vibe Awards 2023.

The Popular Tanzanian gospel singer Christina Shusho who addressed reports of her separation with her husband Pastor John Shusho last years has been trending over the nature of her songs.

The essence of the gospel goes beyond reading the Bible. It becomes even more profound when intertwined with thanksgiving—emanating from the soul rather than aiming solely for material gains from the gospel industry. Other gospel artists should study Christina Shusho.


Tanzanian gospel singer Christina Shusho

 "I have seen tweets accusing Christina Shusho of "plagiarism" because most of her songs are Bible scriptures. I am surprised that many of you are aware of this today. She is fulfilling the purpose of gospel songs. Not songs like "Nataka Nikuingize" by Embarambamba," says Kiprono.

Christina Shusho is a vessel of God. Christina Shusho has always drawn inspiration for her music from the word of God. Every morning, it is therapeutic for fans hearts.

" Christina ShushoDirectly taking verses and making them into songs is not a simple thing. She's just delivering the message as it is, spreading the gospel without adding or eliminating as the Word demands," says Kiarie.

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