Christina Shusho warns women against killing their dreams to please their husbands

Christina Shusho warns women against killing their dreams to please their husbands

- Christina Shusho was opposed to the idea that married couples should always share one dream and destiny

- She told women that it is okay to break free from their husband's way of life if God commanded them to do so

- The mother of three added that she and her husband had different paths they had to follow and that was okay

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Tanzanian singer Christina Shusho who has a huge audience in Kenya has said she is not the type of woman to let herself go in the name of pleasing her man.

The mother of three who recently admitted to ditching her hubby to follow her dreams advised women never to settle even in marriage.

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Shusho in an interview with Dizzim online explained that everyone has their own destiny that they need to follow.

Even in marriage, she explained, women need to emancipate themselves from the idea that couples have one destiny.

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Christina Shusho warns women against killing their dreams to please their husbands
Christina Shusho said women do not always need to tie themselves to their husband's destiny. Photo: Christina Shusho
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The Unikumbuke singer maintained that she was not born to be chained to her husband Pastor John Shusho's calling.

Instead, God ordained her to go forth and forge her own path without depending on her husband's approval.

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"What God commanded him to do and whatever assignment he gave me are different. I have my own destiny and it is my job to follow through even if it means parting ways with my husband's path," the songstress said.

The mother of three then explained marriage consists of two people with different goals and ambitions.

The gospel singer had previously ditched her spouse's church and started building her own.

The songstress started from scratch and even went on the podium to preach.

Shusho described that in another interview as heeding God's calling and fulfilling his assignment.

She admitted that she and her husband were no longer together and they had a calm discussion on why she needed to follow God's command.

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