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Jackie Chandiru Commits Her Life To Gospel Music Under Fans' Pressure

Jackie Chandiru Resorts To Gospel Music Under Fan’s Pressure

Troubled and recovering female songstress and former Blue*3 musician, Jackie Chandiru, has been urged by a huge number of fans, to change her genre from circular music to the Gospel music industry.

Many will wonder how and where this happened, but Jackie Chandiru was asked to specialize in Gospel music during her performance in Gulu at Bomah Hotel.

However, in the middle of her performance, the “Gold digger” singer paused and had to listen to suggestions in the audience.

“Guys how am I now? What do you want me to sing for you? Are you enjoying the music?” Jackie asked fans on stage.

Since the singer has suffered badly over drugs, and almost lost her life, one of her fans advised her to join Gospel as a way of rebranding her career back to normal.

Therefore, Jackie immediately responded and narrated how committed she is before the almighty God. She more so promised to release a gospel song any time from now.

“I gave my life to Christ.” She said attracting an applause. “I do everything with God’s blessing and I sing for him.” Jackie Chandiru added.

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