Major 1 Records star, Gwamba cheers Chikwawa orphans with a K3 million (R60k) cash donation

Multi-award winning gospel artist Gwamba continues to make charity headlines with the latest being K3 million cash donation to Pachelo Charity Trust which supports orphans in Chikwawa District.

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Multi-award winning gospel artist Gwamba continues to make charity headlines with the latest being K3 million cash donation to Pachelo Charity Trust which supports orphans in Chikwawa District.

The donation, on Wednesday afternoon, is part of Gwamba’s continuous humanitarian strides not just towards the Pachelo Trust but his personal effort to lift disadvantaged people in Malawi.

In a recent interview with SABC, the Malawian born singer underlined that the world would be a better a place if those who have little spared something for those who did not have.

During the donation in Chikwawa to the Trust which takes care of hundreds of orphans, Gwamba said he doesn’t give because he has much. But he understands that the little that God gives him is a million to those who don’t have much, “Such a privilege needs to be shared by those who don’t have it,” he said.

He added that Christians should resist the temptation of always preaching God’s love without demonstrating it.

“God didn’t just teach us love. He demonstrated it by sending his own son to die for us. That was the apex of love and the donation I made was only in line with demonstrating God’s love.”

Pachelo Trust reprensatative Mrs Malita thanked Gwamba for the donation, saying it’s profound to see such a young man being so concerned with issues of orphanhood.

“We have several challenges but with this donation, I can tell you we have been uplifted. We thank God for Gwamba,” she said.

Gwamba is set to release his new album “I Think God Love Trap” in few months.