Pastor Nicholas Mululuma’s gospel show on Radio Thohoyandou, “Zwanga na Mudzimu Wanga”, is like church right at home. Photo supplied.

Pastor Mhluluma wants to reach wider audience with radio show


Pastor Nicholas Mululuma’s dream was to become a nurse. He even went to college to study for it. However, fate had other plans for him. For the man from Ngwenani Ha Themeli, just outside Thohoyandou, life took a different turn when he formed a close association with the late international preacher, Pastor Irene Tshifhiwa, also known as Ramashia. This association would ultimately change the course of his life.

After crisscrossing the world with her, he became deeply inspired and soon after attended the Destiny Word Ministries and Kingdom School of Ministry to study ministry. Today, he is a fully fledged Pastor. In 2013, he founded the Fire Christ Centre in Tshirenzheni, in the Nzhelele area.

His vision of spreading the Word of God far and wide saw him approaching various radio stations over the years, where he was given temporary slots to preach. His long-time dream, however, was to find a full-time radio slot to preach, and this was finally made possible when Radio Thohoyandou recently offered him the position.

Mululuma’s gospel show, “Zwanga na Mudzimu Wanga”, airs every Sunday morning from 06:00 to 09:00. “This is a perfect platform for me to do what I love most - preaching the Word. Reaching a wider church has always been my wish. This is a gospel show where we play music, preach the Word of God, and we even invite other pastors to come and preach. We also interact with the listeners who call in. It is like a dream coming true for me. I now have a much bigger church in my listeners. I want to extend an invitation to everyone out there who does not have the time to go to church, but still has the desire to connect with God, to tune in to my show on Sunday mornings,” he said.


Entertainment - Date: 24 September 2023

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Elmon Tshikhudo started off as a photographer. He developed an interest in writing and started submitting articles to local as well as national publications. He became part of the Limpopo Mirror family in 2005 and was a permanent part of the news team until 2019.