Itel mobile partners with Skeffa Chimoto ahead of Lilongwe show

Music lovers in the capital Lilongwe will on Sunday, 4th August flock to L’S Burg leisure centre where Skeffa Chimoto and the Real Sounds Band have organised a live performance show which is believed to be one of the best ever.

Skiffs (left) jamming on stage

Considering the caliber of the event, Itel mobile limited has also pumped in some resources to help in the prepatory activities.

According to Itel mobile limited Sales and Marketing officer Willy Kapenuka, Skeffa Chimoto is the artist who has contributed positively in the music industry and that he is someone who strives to encourage and unite people through his music.

Kapenuka said they decided to make a contribution towards the show as part of their corporate social responsibility and also considering that Chimoto is an artist they engage in their various activities.

Speaking in an interview, Chimoto said all the preparations for the event are going on well and assured people to expect the best performance.

“It is one of the best shows i have organised this year, and Imam very much prepared to give out the best.

“It’s a different show because it is bringing together people from all walks of life regardless of their race, political affiliations, and religion,” he said

According to Chimoto, the event is dubbed ‘One Malawi, one nation’  because Malawi is sailing through difficult times when tolerance is paramount despite differences in ideologies.

Chimoto also expressed gratitude for Itel’s financial support saying it is helping them in paying some bills ahead of the event.

During the show Chimoto will be supported by Atohti Manje, Robert Chiwamba, Saint, Lulu and the Mathumela band among others.

Expected to start at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, the event will attract an entry fee of K3000 per head

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Kapado Chimulirenji
3 years ago

Chimoto don’t be used by politicians. It sounds to me that you don’t understand the current situation. The differences have not risen from ideologies, but how the elections were managed.Ideologies and management of elections are totally different from each other.

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