Kambua Set To Feature On A New Video By International Gospel Artiste Anthony Faulkner

Worship singer Kambua Mathu a wife, radio presenter, tv presenter, song writer is set to feature in a new video by International Gospel Artiste Anthony Faulkner.

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First let me refresh your mind. Do you remember Anthony Faulkner? He is the gospel artiste who partly co-hosted groove awards 2012 with Kambua and also did connections with Juliani.

Anthony Faulkner  is the proprietor of  an amazing foundation called The Faulkner Foundation. The foundation provides aid to orphanages and educational resources and currently Faulkner is  sponsoring one student at Moi University.

The new song they have done is called “Inua Mikono Yako”! and is produced by Blackman and written by Sara and Anthony Faulkner. The video remix version is engineered by Todd Maeck of Baron Studios and Anthony.

On a conversation with Anthony Faulkner he said :

“The song will be an anthem for praising God for what we have, and giving back to others. The video will focus on orphanage support and encouraging the youth.

We (Kambua and I) believe if you inspire the youth today, they will continue to carry the torch for success and  develop their goals and dreams.

This type of empowerment will make our world a better place. Kambua and I will fly to a designated country to film the video. Mega-producer/ Videographer Jimreel will film the video.”

You definitely have to keep it locked as we will keep you posted of when the video is launched. blessings family.

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