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Published on Mar 17, 2011
Njagala mbe mu abo is a Luganda Gospel song meaning I want to be counted among those who will sit at the right hand of God on judgement day. Luganda is a Bantu language spoken in central Uganda in East Africa. Much of the Gospel music used in praise and worship in Churches is in this languange widely spoken in Uganda. In the song the choristers of St. Cecilia Lubaga Cathedral Choir try to imagine the moment when each of them meets God and is counted among the Blessed one's in Heaven. ABOUT THE CHOIR: Founded in 1924, St. Cecilia Lubaga Cathedral Choir is the major and eldest choir in Uganda and in the Archdiocese of Kampala. It is made up of 120 members including youths, men and women. They are all volunteers who leave their private businesses to serve the Lord. They compose and perform music during all liturgical gatherings. Membership for new choristers is open to all people who love music and wish to offer their time for the greater Glory of God's name. On their own, the choristers would not evangelise through sacred melodies if it were not for the diligent moral, financial, spiritual and various forms of support and contributions.