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“GOD Has Brought Me This Far” : Popular Gospel Singer Thanks GOD After Her Graduation

Sarah Fana 1Popularly know by her song El-Shaddai , Kenyan based gospel singer Sarah Fana Hagos took time to thank GOD for  making her graduate with a degree in Psychology. She was happy for the far HE has brought in her journey in life.

In September last year she was sadly shot by 4 armed gun men on Thursday night while leaving her campus, Daystar university .Read More

The news of her attack made very many people who knew her to be very worried thank GOD we actually visited her a day after the attack and found out that she is okay. We thank GOD that she survived the attack and lived to celebrate this big day in her career.

Sarah who is now a graduate from Daystar University was joined by her sister Mieraf  Hagos in a day that saw most special to her. In a post on her social media page :

“Ebenezer..for he has brought me this far…‪#‎graduation‬#Daystar university#classof2015#Psychology#”

She new single dubbed as Hukuniacha.



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“If Coca-Cola Has Not Shared A COKE With You, This Is What You Do” Gospel Singer Sarah Fana Shares

Gospel singer Sarah Fana Hagos decided to do something for herself after seeing the hype in having a branded name of coke on a can soda. Sarah Fana who has not got her opportunity of sharing a coke with friends branded for herself a coke and put her name of it to just enjoy the moment of sharing a coke.

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Currently coca-cola is pushing for marketing of its brand through a campaign of sharing a coke with several celebrities being on board.

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The Hair Needs Combing : A Friend Starts A Campaign To Help Sarah Fana Buy A HAIR COMB

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 Sarah Fana Hagos who studies at Day star university has been having a hard time combing her hair recently and her classmate at the school has noticed this and is campaigning to help her out. Now who thought that a hair look could make a person to start a campaign ? 

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Her friend by the name Ivy has noticed the problem that Sara Fana is going through with her hair and has decided to start a campaign to help her out. ‘Someone buy Sara Fana a comb’ is the campaign and any one who feels like they can help  Sarah should contact her friend for any donations.

Though the 1st campaign is comic in nature Sarah Fana has been involved in other serious campaigns to help fight Ebola out of Africa. Sarah has been working with Kora Awards after they chose her as their good will Ambassador in Eritrea to empower the African society on ways of preventing Ebola virus contraction.

With all the job that she is getting, has Sara Fana been working so hard that she forgot about her hair ?

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After Thugs Shut Her Door, GOD Opens A New Door For Sarah Fana As She Gets Appointed As An AMBASSADOR

Sarah Fana Hagos is celebrating another break through in her life as an artiste as she has been appointed as the Kora Awards Ambassador. Things have not been so easy for her during the last month as one she was robbed and two she had to be admitted in hospital after thugs shot her on her ribs.

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In the process of recovery and with little hope of what might happen next GOD has surprised Sarah Fana with some great news in her music as a gospel singer.  Kora Awards last week sent her a letter as they officially appointed her as their Ambassador for the country of Eritrea. Sarah Fana Hagos as at now is the new Kora Awards Ambassador for Eritrea and she will be working with them to push for music in the country which she once called home.

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Sara Fanah who lives in Kenya and now embraced it as her home shared her story with us and said :

“I am over joyed and I really thank God and you,the Kora Awards for this amazing appointment,I HAVE GLADLY ACCEPTED to be the KORA AWARDS Ambassador in Eritrea,thank you very much and I am looking forward to be working with you,God bless”

This is pure blessings for Sarah Fana who has faced so much in her life as a christian.

No matter what predicament, problem or difficulty you are facing the Lord has a way when there seems to be absolutely no solution in sight. God always provides a solution to any problem we are facing in the will of God. Let us look at the guidelines in complying with God’s will so we can experience His all sufficient grace, His enabling power and His sovereign working in our life.




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“Though My Body Is Shaking, GOD Is GOOD” Sarah Fana Recalls Her Robbery Incident A Week Later

A week after the robbery incident that left Sara Fana shot in the rib, she shared with her followers of her current condition and how the gruesome experience had left a dent in her life. Sarah Fana was robbed by armed gun men in the Month of September near Hurlingham and this incident still makes her shake because of the fear that grips someone once he/she is robbed.

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Sarah Fana Hagos who is known for her songs Nakuabudu and El-Shaddai shared with her followers on how she feels a week after the gun men shot and robbed her. She posted :

It is exactly one week since that fatal and horrible incident that almost took my life happened.Even though my body is still shaking,I am still afraid of darkness,my head aches,my legs tremble and still feel disoriented..I am strong enough to say and declare that GOD IS GOOD…because of your supernatural protection, I am able to see this day. for you have fought for me I am alive today.Lord,I have a new song for you..I have a new praise..I sing..though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.I am grateful Lord..I have seen and testify your faithfulness….Thank you so much everyone for your prayers,inbox messages,visits and emails.I want to tell you that today I am very much OK and strong.I appreciate all of you..may God bless and protect you.Love you all.S

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Amazing : A Kenyan Gospel Artiste Sister Reunites With Family After 22 Years

Sarah Fana Hagos is a Kenyan based gospel singer having stayed in Eritrea in her early childhood before re-locating to Kenya. This lady who has two songs Elshaddai and Nakuabudu  has an amazing story of how GOD protected her when she was faced persecution in her country.

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Sarah Fana Hagos  shares an amazing testimony of how her sister who lost contacts with her family reunited with the family after 22 years. This happened on Thursday 6th February 2014 when Sarah Fanah broke the news to Uliza Links.

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According to Sarah Fanah :  On Friday was one of the days God showed her His faithfulness. She says : “I have a big sister called Saba and she went to Eritrea with husband in 1992 because the hubby was re posted . Later the issue of Eritrean deportation came and the communication between Eritrea and Ethiopia stopped. So,she has never seen or talked with the rest of the family in Ethiopia for 22years and she was reunited on Thursday. She went through Sudan to Ethiopia.”

Sarah Fanah was overjoyed by the outcome and she adds “At least I have Seen her 9yrs ago because I was in Eritrea. I really thank God for remembering my family because this was one of the things I asked God to do for me and its a sign that God is about to reunite all Eritreans scattered all over the world with their loved ones again and he shall raise us higher as a nation.”

Wow what an amazing story. We thank GOD for this great reunion. What would you have done after meeting your sister/wife after 22 years ?


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Eritrean Queen Sarah Fana Releases Her 2nd Single In Swahili “Nakuabudu” (WATCH)

The sounds of Eritrea now a Kenyan gospel singer Sarah Fana Hagos has released her second single after doing El-Shaddai.

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Nakuabudu is the new song which the Lord has given her to minister to her audience which literally means “I Worship You”.

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Worship is more driven to the soul and Sarah Fana says that “the song is a fuse of Jazz and blues with swahili intro and chorus and that she is excited and looking forward to have the final project.”

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Kenyan Based Gospel Singer : I Was Persecuted By Family Members For Being “A Christian”

Sarah Fana is her name from Eritrea and now she sings here in Kenya as a gospel singer. She talks to us about her life and how she lost her Dad and brother and also how she was persecuted as a christian.

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At times being a Christian is not easy as many go through challenges and others even go through persecution like the case of Sarah Fana.

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Her full name is Sarah Fana Hagos but goes by Sarah Fana. Sarah is the 10th born in a family of 12. She is Eritrean born but Kenyan based.

Sarah was born and bred in Ethiopia but relocated to Eritrea when her parents, who are Eritreans, were deported back to Eritrea after living all their lives in Ethiopia. 

Eritrea is located on the eastern horn of Africa with a population of 3m people and currently the Pentecostal church is under a lot of persecution since the year 2001. Her being Eritrean was magnified when her parents were deported back to Eritrea after living all their lives in Ethiopia. 

This relocation meant that she and her whole family had to learn a new way of life. From living in a big mansion in Ethiopia to a single room house in Eritrea – the change was nothing short of drastic! Back in Ethiopia, Sarah’s father was a wealthy metalwork garage owner but the relocation meant a start from zero! 

“This was really traumatizing for me and for the whole family.” says Sarah. The deportation meant that her mother had to go back to Eritrea with her underage kids – that was Sarah, her older brother and her last-born brother.

There was no communication between the family that was heading back to Eritrea and Sarah’s other brothers who were in Ethiopia because of the war that was going on between Eritrea and Ethiopia. This lack of communication was stressful to the whole family. Like that was not enough, Sarah’s older brother had to join the war, as it was the obligation of any Eritrean. 

“After not knowing where my brother might be for around 4 years, at last we were told he was killed in the battle field. We were all devastated but at least I know he knew the Lord just before he left to be a soldier. That caused my dad a lot of pain and he passed on as well 6 months after my brother’s death news.” Recalls Sarah 

Sarah was left with all the family responsibility at a young age of 15 ½. She had to start working and providing for her mother, who was completely crushed at this moment, and for her last born brother who was also in the battle field. “It was hard and painful but God has been there for me all through.” She states.

Sarah is a born again Christian. She adds, “My slogan is INWC – I’M NOTHING WITHOUT CHRIST!” Her Christian faith hasn’t been easy at all. She continues, “I was persecuted by family members, by the Eritrean society and by the government as any Eritrean Pentecostal denomination follower is being persecuted.” This, as she says, is because in Eritrea, the only officially recognized faiths are Orthodox, Catholic, Lutheran and Islam. 

Concerning how she came to the faith, Sarah remembers, “I schooled in a Catholic school and I have always loved singing. While I was 7 I joined the children choir but I was not saved at that time. Later, after we were relocated back to Eritrea I didn’t know which church to go to but I knew I loved singing. So I used to go to the Cathedral Catholic church at any odd day and just sing and sing until I met a neighbor of mine who is a born-again Christian and invited me to the church called “Power of Word Charismatic Church” where I immediately joined the church choir as I was attending the necessary teachings by the church.” 

She has been in the choir in the Eritrean Community Church (Ebenezer Healing Foundation Church, Nairobi) but she now fellowships at JCC under the pastor ship of Bishop Allan Kiuna. 

To the best of her knowledge, she started music when she was 7 at the children’s choir but blossomed well after she got saved in 1999 and now she is pursuing it professionally. She considers herself an Afro-fusion artist. “I try to fuse my cultural bits with any kind of international bits especially Jazz. You could call her an Afro Jazz artist.” she adds. 

Sarah fana is working on her debut album titled “Nayereftey Zemen” which means “My Season Of Resting.” The album will have 13 songs all of different genres. 

El – Shaddai is the first single off the upcoming album. The song was recorded at Still Alive Records and the video, was directed by Ken Heman of Eagles films. 

Of the video and song, Sarah says, “El-shaddai is the first Eritrean professionally and uniquely done gospel video. I tried to reflect all the famous dances of the 9 tribes found in Eritrea.

Here Is Her Video El-shaddai

Since Eritrean Christians (Pentecostals) are going under persecution and other Christians are dying while leaving the country through the borders, the number of Muslims is growing radically. I believe Eritrea belongs to Jesus and I know that God is seeing our sacrifices to stay in our faith. Most of my attires, dances, hairstyles and the tune of the song belong to the Muslim community in Eritrea. The reason is simple. I AM DEDICATING ALL THE MUSLIM COMMUNITIES IN ERITREA TO JESUS!” 

The song is done in her native tongue of Tigrinya but is subtitled for those that don’t understand the language. 

The song is now available as a Ringtone download in Kenya. Dial *699*61# and follow instructions to get the ringtone. 






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