About nitahungu

Nita Hungu is a worship leader from Nairobi, Kenya and is a burgeoning singer-songwriter and recording artist for Hue Entertainment. In 2014 Nita Hungu completed a Masters in Organizational Leadership, in the process developing a curriculum, Music in Leadership Development, from which she trains worship teams and institutions of higher learning. She has spent several years as a worship team trainer, singer and background vocalist for many ministries in Kenya and Eastern Africa. Nita has a heart to see the young and old develop deep lifestyles of prophetic worship, prayer and consistent learning. She lives in Nairobi, Kenya with her husband Mondia.

The Interrupted Life

I am one of those who does not like the idea of change or ambiguity. I prefer a laid out plan for the future and specifics of how that future will look like. It has a lot to do with my temperament. In fact, last year during a mission, I [...]

A Word in Season

The bible is replete with verses that show the Father’s desire to speak to us and make His intentions known (1st Corinthians 2:9-10). It is both a privilege and truly our heritage as sons and daughters to tap into the different seasons of God. Hearing God has often been misconstrued [...]

Prophetic Worship

Growing up, I attended a charismatic church. I believe that in those formative years, God was teaching me key lessons on the worship ministry. A typical Sunday at church was anchored in spontaneity as the worship team would lead the congregation in song. During these moments, individuals in the congregation [...]

Mighty Warrior, Rise Up!

  This week has been a week of firsts for me. I was invited to a creative forum as a rapporteur and then by a former lecturer to assist him in one of his classes. Though I have trained before at the university level, this was a learning curve for [...]

Who hurt you? An invitation to healing

Horatio Spafford was a successful lawyer, father and husband until misfortune struck. His 2 year old son died, his property was damaged in the Great Chicago Fire and his four daughters died when the ship they were aboard sunk. After receiving the news of his daughter’s deaths, Spafford travelled to [...]

Leading Me: 3 ways to become a better leader

I dedicated my life to Christ when I was pretty young and the journey has been interesting…in a good way. It has been a journey of listening, learning, obedience, and like a child- tantrums. Sometimes, the conversations I have with God sound a bit like this one taken from The [...]

Taking the plunge: How to start a social venture

In a previous post, I talked briefly about my experience starting a social venture in 2011, at a government rehabilitation center in Nairobi, Kenya. Two to three times a week, I and a few other volunteers taught music theory, voice, and piano to a group of teenage boys. Despite the [...]