The launch of late Grace Chinga’s much anticipated album is expected to be on hold until Miracle, the late songbird’s daughter writes her MSCE exams.
According to a statement written by the late Chinga’s elder son Steve Moffat who is popularly known as Steve Spesho, fans will have to be patient until her younger sister finishes her exams.
“Miracle is expected to write MSCE exams this year so right now she is preparing to sit for her MSCE exams but as soon as she is done, we will proceed to launch the Esther album by our late mother Grace Chinga,” said Steve Spesho in the statement.
Chinga’s daughter is likely to continue her late mother’s legacy following a very touching performance of the deceased’s song at the Robbins Park during the funeral ceremony.
The late Chinga’s son further condemned all people who are using her mother’s death to tarnish other people’s reputation.
“To people who have mocked my Mother’s death and used it to their gains, we pray for you and remind you that no one will live forever,” he said
Chinga died on 16 March after a short illness and was laid to rest on Saturday 19 March at HHI in Blantyre.