Gloria Muliro has done a wardrobe overhaul and started rocking pants unlike in previous times where she has stuck to skirts and dresses.
A former teacher who later became one of Kenya’s most successful female singers, Muliro has carved out quite the niche for herself.
Father, we desire to remain Lovingly and faithfully to You all the days of our life. We join with others of the Christian faith who hold unswervingly to the hope we profess even as we spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Disappointments, seemingly unanswered prayers, loved ones who oppose us, spiritual lethargy, temptations and trials pull at our hearts and tempt us to look back just like the Israelites who were freed from slavery. They who greatly rejoiced at their new found freedom found themselves longing to return after the going got tough. Give us strength and firm resolve to plow through the hard soil and bumpy rocks of life all the while fixing our eyes on our eternal dwelling place as we hold unswervingly to the hope we profess in Christ Jesus our Lord. It is in His name that we pray. Amen.
“Lord, we do love you. Make us people of Lovig-Kindness and Truth. Let your Holy Spirit have His way in us molding and shaping our hearts and tattooing these qualities on our hearts. You haven’t called us to be push overs or loyal beyond reason but life giving, forgiving, and kind. Make us people of truth. Firm and bold. We love you. Amen.”
Earlier in the year at her father’s funeral in Emanyinya, Emuhaya constituency, she shocked Kenyans when she knelt down to greet Ababu Namwamba.
A common practise in her home village it was unheard of that she would ever wear a pair of trousers.
Watch Gloria Muliro below in a video.