• Rose Muhando was famously prayed for by Pastor Ng'ang'a at his church.
• The musician has in the last two years had a season of peace and stability after the years of strife.
Tanzanian singer Rose Muhando was in a thankful mood as she celebrated her birthday early this morning.
The famous award-winning musician gave out a detailed list of all the people who had stood with her when she was ailing a few years ago.
"Special thanks go to my children @gift_gibson1 Nicolas and Maxmillian because they stood by me at all times and supported me with prayers and encouraged me tirelessly. When I got sick in Kenya, you fought with all your strength to ensure that I return to my health. May God remember you and your generations, and it is true," she started.
She added that she was now doing well and thanked the government of Kenya and Kenyans who stood by her during her trying times financially.
"By accepting, standing with me the whole time I was sick in your country, you showed God's love, regardless of my nationality, but you carried me as a son of God and had mercy on me, may God remember you for your sacrifice for me, absolutely unique," she recounted.
But her biggest ode was to controversial pastor James Ng'ang'a who once famously prayed for Rose in a now-viral video.
"GOD REMEMBER MY FATHER APOSTLE MAINA NG'ANG'A. You became the main reason for all people to know that I was pregnant, God used you to convey the message of my health to the people, they prayed, and they helped me."
Rose wasn't done with appreciating and went on to include Reverend Lucy Natasha in her post. "And without forgetting @revlucynatasha for continuing to pray for me and all the others."
Many of you know the dark times that the famous musician has gone through in her past. Thank God that she is in a great place financially, mentally, and physically at the moment.