Ringtone is one of the few gospel musicians in Kenya who don’t mind sticking his feet in controversy.
I recently spoke to the man who often speaks about other celebs lives, not worried about airing his opinions despite the potential blowback he might get.
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I asked the singer what he thought about the tragic passing of Zimbabwean billionaire Ginimbi who died in a fatal road accident this past Sunday morning.
Ringtone was very matter of fact telling me that death was something all of us should be ready for,
The only thing I can say is that everybody will die and the methods of dying are what will be different. Maybe mtu atagongwa na gari, na trailer, na piki piki. Like the father of the CS for lands (Faridah Karoney) was hit by a motorbike shortly after parking his car in Kabsabet town, Nandi county.
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He went on to point out that despite this fact, that many should be concerned about where they will spend in the afterlife.
“So we will all die eventually but the biggest thing is where will your life be when you’re dying? Are you going to heaven? Are you going to hell? I am more concerned about where I will go when I am dead,” he said.
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Finishing off by hoping that Ginimbi had given his life to Jesus and saying that he wasn’t shocked about the death.
I am not shocked because I know me and everybody else we are on the way, it is a journey. Where are you going to spend your eternity? So if that guy was to end up in hell it would be very sad for him but if he had given his life to Christ and he is going to heaven then it’s a celebration. Christians do not mourn when someone dies, we only celebrate because we know we are living this body of suffering and going to get eternal life.
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