Controversy has emerged on the whereabouts of Tanzanian Gospel singer Rose Muhando a few days after a video showing pastor Nganga casting demons out of her went viral.

Conflicting accounts have emerged on where the singer went after the dramatic event with insiders revealing that she is being held by Neno Evangelism Center operated by James Ng’ang’a in relation to a crusade that is scheduled for today.

The sources who spoke in confidence divulged that the controversial preacher invited the singer to hype and electrify the crowd with her fast tempo songs that are often accompanied by vigorous dances during the Crusade at Uhuru Park.

A man who identified himself as the Secretary to the controversial preacher however refuted the claims on Muhando’s mission which remains unclear as to whether it was stage managed or an act of divine intervention.

“She came for a church service and left. I am not in a position to talk about her now, but what I know is that we are not holding her,” He said.

Sources further reveal that the singer had confided in Pastor Nganga that performing in Kenya would save her dwindling career.

A close associate to the gospel singer confided in The Standard over that “She was here because of Pastor Ng’ang’a’s crusade and they were looking for ways to interest more people”.

In her heydays, the singer ruled the airwaves but quickly fell into oblivion. Attempts to revive her career have not yielded much results.

During a recent interview, Ngang’a stated that “I wasn’t casting demons out of the musician. She was unwell. She, therefore, requested for spiritual healing from me. I only facilitated that. Rose Muhando is like a patient in a hospital. Do you usually call the doctor to inquire about the health details of a patient you are not related to? No, you don’t. So, kindly keep off the Rose Muhando issue”.