Gospel singer William Getumbe at a past interview with Journalists in Eldoret.

‘Yesu Ninyandue’: Eldoret Gospel Singer Speaks on Inspiration Behind His Latest Controversial Song

An Eldoret-based gospel singer William Getumbe released yet another controversial song that has elicited mixed reactions.

Getumbe who doubles up as a Pastor dropped the song ‘Yesu Ninyandue’ about a week ago.

In an interview with Uasin Gishu News on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, the singer said he was inspired by the fact that Christians were yet to fully give themselves to God.

Sex is one of the ultimate things in this world. When one reaches orgasm during the act, they are in another say. It is the same way with being close to God as someone feels even better than that,” Getumbe said.

The inspiration for this song comes from the fact that as Christians, we are yet to fully let God take control of our lives the way a woman in love would to her man,” he added.

The counselling psychologist further argues that once an individual lets God take over his/her life – blessings will flow in abundance.

In one of the verses, the singer says “Yesu ninyandue nipate mimba ya imani…Yesu ninyandue unibadilshe nipate maji ya uzima…

We must let God take control of our lives the way a girl would to his man. If we do that we will get prosperity and everything that we need from God. This is what my song is all about,” Getumbe said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HXPRzdsFIE

His latest release has caused a buzz on various social media platforms.

It follows yet another controversial song dubbed ‘Tingiza’ which was released in January 2024.

Getumbe made a name for wearing diapers to advocate for men in various healthy conditions among them fistula.

He has jointly done several songs with controversial singer Embaramba.

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