Award-winning Zambian gospel sensation and Humanitarian, Esther Chungu was introduced and accompanied by British rock band Coldplay at the New York Global Citizens Festival where she delivered a stellar performance of her hit song, “Jehovah“. The 24-hour show which kicked-off on Saturday is perhaps one of the biggest international charity events, aimed at raising awareness of climate change, famine, more.
The New York Global Citizens Festival was organized by Global Citizen – a charity organization working to end extreme poverty by 2030. The show featured star-studded guest appearances from over 60 artists from all over the world.
Taking to social media to express her delight, Esther wrote; ”From the day I was born till today, I’ve seen how intentional God has been over my life. 😭 I’m so humbled and honored to have been his vessel at the New York Global Citizen Festival and to proclaim his goodness to 70, 000 people and millions of viewers all over the world.”
With a heart full of gratitude, She Added saying “Thank you to Chris Martin for inviting me and thank you to @coldplay for playing the song for me. Thank you to @jacobcollier and @weareking for singing with me. Thank you to Jehovah, my King of kings for choosing me to reach all his children around the world”
“Being the only Gospel artist on that stage was but I was willing and I was available for him.
Always remember, the Great Commission doesn’t mean the offering songs we sing during service. It means getting into the very place Jesus is needed!!! Lesa umwine eka asumbulwe…” Esther concluded
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