Christina Shusho Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Children and Songs

Christina Shusho Biography

Christina Shusho is a gospel worship Singer from Tanzania. She was born of a humble background in Kigoma Kigoma, Tanzania mid days of November to a born again Christian family and had a religious upbringing.

She started of as a church cleaner. While cleaning the church she eventually got the chance to join the church choir where she used her talents for praise. A few years in the church choir and Christina decided to try recording her own music. Her first album ‘Kitu gani kinitenge na upendo wa Bwana’, granted her confidence in her vocal prowess. She followed it up with ‘Unikumbuke’ and ‘Nipe Macho’ which are popular in the East Africa region.

Christina Shusho Husband – Christina Shusho Family

She was married to John who is a preacher in Dar es Salaam. They are blessed with 3 children; two girls and a boy.

Christina Shusho Age

Her date of birth is being updated.

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Christina Shusho Songs – Christina Shusho Music

  • Unikumbuke
  • Wakuabudiwa
  • Nipe Macho
  • Mtetezi Wangu
  • Wa Kuabudiwa
  • Adamu
  • Bwana Umenichunguza
  • Mshukuru Bwana
  • Tumsifu Bwana
  • Nina Wimbo
  • Wewe ni Mungu
  • Nataka Nikae
  • Nataka Nimjue
  • Thamani Ya Wokovu
  • Hapo mwanzo
  • Ebenezer
  • Territory
  •  Nitayainua Macho
  • Mimi ni mali ya Bwana
  • Hakuna
  • Wastahili
  • Nitayainua
  • Ushiriki Wa Roho
  • Mungu Wa Hururma
  • Kwake Yesu
  • Napenda
  • Bado Nakungoja
  • Ni Kwa Neema
  • Mungu Akliwa
  • Mungu Uhimidiwe
  • Mapito
  • Songa Mbele
  • Wanifanya Ning’are
  • WIMBO
  • Mwimbieni bwana
  • Napokea Kwako Feat Janet Otieno
  • Kitu Gani
  • Bwana Umenichagua
  • Akutendee Nini
  • Umenichunguza
  • Nipe Macho
  • Ushiriki Na Roho
  • Nataka ushirika na roho
  • Nataka Nimuone Yesu
  • Baba Yangu
  • eebwana umenichunguza

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Christina Shusho

Christina Shusho Business

She owns a beauty parlor in Tanzania. One needs to be appealing regardless of the fact that we are born again Christians. Our body is the temple of God and needs good care always – so that those who look at us may yearn to be like us.

Christina Shusho Interview with the Standard

In your own words how would you describe salvation?

Christina Shusho: Salvation is not about going to church – but catering for those in need of your help. It is important to remember that we make a living by what we earn and a life by what we give.

What are you working on at the moment?

Christina Shusho: I am busy doing a number of projects across Africa. Kenya being one of the countries and sort of a second home owing to the fact that I am always here- not only for concerts but to preach the gospel as well upon invitation.

Before you there was Rose Muhando, but then it appears than you have since become a favorite with Kenyans?

Christina Shusho: I thank God for his favour upon me. However, this does not mean that I am better than Rose Muhando. We are all in the ministry – doing what we are called to do. This aside Kenyans do not entertain music which has no content at al. They are looking for true servants of God to lead them into the right path… which is what we are doing.

In one of your earlier interviews you openly criticized local gospel music terming it dilute and that many are in it for fame and commercial purposes, something that did not go down well with local gospel musicians?

Christina Shusho: Well, I am sorry about that but despite that is what it appeared to be at some point. Today however, we have good local gospel music from the likes of Mercy Masika and Ringtone among others. The one thing gospel musicians should know is that there is no neutral path – you are either serving God or satan.

Speaking of Ringtone why did you choose to work with him in the song Tenda Wema, dubbed the best gospel collabo ever?

Christina Shusho: Ringtone is a veteran singer well known in Tanzania whom we followed his music . I believe that he is the kick for the younger generation of local gospel musicians.

How did you come up with the song?

Christina Shusho: It was spontaneous – in other words we give credit to the Almighty, because for some reason He made it happen.

What is the secret behind your music?

Christina Shusho: The fact that I don’t do it for self-glorification I sing with the aim of praising and giving glory to God besides preaching the gospel as it is. I believe that my songs are deep inspiring and always speaks to most people’s hearts.

Tell us about your family background?

Christina Shusho: I was brought up in humble family God fearing background. At some point I worked as a cleaner in church besides making ends meet as a house help for a while. During the time I was part of the church choir in Tanzania. One thing led to another and like they say the rest is history.

After the release of your first album you were hardly known?

Christina Shusho: Very true. Until I released my second album Unikumbuke that elevated me into the limelight. Since then I have never looked back.

Who writes your songs?

Christina Shusho: I do it myself with inspiration from the Word of God – The Holy Bible led by the Holy Ghost.

Apart from music?

Christina Shusho: I own a beauty parlor in Tanzania. One needs to be appealing regardless of the fact that we are born again Christians. Our body is the temple of God and needs good care always – so that those who look at us may yearn to be like us.

Between secular and gospel music in Tanzania which is most loved?

Christina Shusho: Gospel music is big in Tanzania, compared to secular owing to the fact that it cuts across all generations.

Politicians have a habit of playing your songs during campaign periods- are you comfortable with it?

Christina Shusho: I have no problem as long as the messages are relayed to thousands or millions of people out there. The only thing I cannot do is to perform during their campaigns.

As a born again Christian have you ever found yourself tempted to do something wrong that ended up raising eyebrows?

Christina Shusho: No one under the sun can resist temptation. Salvation is a journey – which requires time to be well equipped developed. You cannot be perfect at once. When you fall, go back to God and hang on to Him for He is faithful, slow to anger and abundance in love hence no sin is too big for Him to forgive.

Who is Christina Shusho off stage?

Christina Shusho: I am a loving wife and a mother of three who is also a minister of God and a business woman. I am social by nature and love to enjoy life –the right way – keeping in mind that we are only here for a season.

Last word?

Christina Shusho: I am grateful for the immense support I have gotten from Kenya. I love them although I have been a frequent visitor here I need to go to Kigali for a change. This aside I must say that local gospel is evolving with the likes of Daddy Owen, Mercy Masika, Reuben Kigame among others which is a good sign.

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