Channel for All Nations to host 2017 Mlakatuli festival on Sunday

As a day to the much awaited Mlakatuli 2017 event  draw near, organizers Lilongwe based Christian organization, Channel for All Nations media say all is set for people to experience the best entertainment through poetry at the heart of the capital city.

Loka: We have a variety of talented poets

The show scheduled to take place on Sunday, 9 July 2017 at the Sheaffer ICA Marque.

Speaking in an interview, Channel for All Nations radio and Television Mlakatuli programme presenter Chris Loka said people should expect a rare experience of a variety of entertainment through Ndakatulo.

Loka said all the invited poets have confirmed that they will be present and perform during the event.

“May be you have just been hearing about the event from other people and perhaps doubted it. I can now confirm that everything is in place and people should come in large numbers because we have enough space to accommodate everyone,” Loka Said.

The event according to Loka is one way of appreciating strides made by poets in the country.

Besides that he said the event also aims to give platform to budding poets to showcase their talent.

Said Loka “As Christians we would want to motivate and encourage poets to use their talent in spreading the word of God.”

Some of the poets on the list are Raphael Sitima, Samuel Joseph, Joseph Madzedze, Hudson Chamasowa, Yohane Kachere, Kenneth Khondiwa, Mlakatuli wachibwibwi, Mlakatuli Thomas and many others who have already confirmed their participation.

Apart from poetry, the organizers have also included comedy to spice up the event.

“We want to make this event beautiful, so Atcheya, Mr. Malawi, Aunt Gate and Mr. India will also be there.”

Lilongwe based Madalitso Band will also perform.

The show is expected to start at 12:30 in the afternoon and patrons will only have to produce K1000 each to enjoy the feast.

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