This weekend will the northern city of Mzuzu getting its share of the Coca Cola Kuphaka Life Campaign following its launch in Blantyre last month.
The setting will be Mzuzu University (Mzuni), with a number of sporting and music activities lined up.
In sports, games such as basketball, flaye, volleyball and soccer will be played, while musicians Nepman, Home Grown African, Daredevilz and Blakjak are billed to entertain the audience.
Apart from the renowned urban music acts, university acts are also expected to display different activities which include music performances and dances.
Kuphaka Life Campaign, bankrolled by Coca Cola, is a nationwide campaign running for three months (from February to April), aimed at promoting fun amongst friends and sharing moments over a Coke.
It is storming over 17 different university campuses in South, North and Central regions of the country, with one regional social weekend bringing at least six different universities together in each region.
The varsity students and the public surrounding them play different games against each other. They are also given an opportunity to take free photographs in a photo booth, win prizes and watch performances by artists requested and selected by the students themselves.
During the opening campaign at College of Medicine in Blantyre, six participating universities came with a total of 30 teams for various activities and over 1400 youngsters patronized the event on 28th February.
Some of the activities that took place were PlayStation and Xbox games, drinking competition and bicycle race. Universities also had music and dance contestants who performed.
Artist Avokado from Chancellor College took the prize of K20,000, dancer Rachael from the Catholic University and singer Kimberly all also went away with prizes as Blantyre International University dance crews forfeited due to their absence.
Performances were done by Metics Dance Crew, Bucci who performed with Floor Steppers, Blakjak, Piksy, Fikisa and Home Grown African.
Blakjak stood out with his dancers and antics and Home Grown African surprised Coca Cola by showing how much their brand is growing as people were whipped into a frenzy reciting line after line of their song “TIA”.
Both Blakjak and Home Grown African were requested by students union in Mzuzu to perform there also.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :