Mulli rescues Ghanaian musician stranded in Malawi

Ghanaian musician Jaytomson stranded in Malawi after his deal with Lilongwe-based DJ Scarper went sour has showered praise to conglomerate Mulli Brothers for coming to his rescue.

The Afro-pop star has been in the country since December 28 and was supposed to fly out on January 3, but was sent back at the airport after he failed to pay for his Malawian visa.

Jaytomson, who is famed for the hit Touch My Body, showered praised to Mulli Brothers Limited managing director Leston Mulli for donating money for his Visa fee.

Leston Mulli: We are one people in the world and this artist is our brother
Leston Mulli: We are one people in the world and this artist is our brother

The Ghananian musician sai Mulli has proved true what he learnt about Malawi before he came, that it is a Warm Heart of Africa with peaceful and kind people, The Nation reported.

“I am thankful to Mr Mulli and the media for their support. I have really received the money from Mulli and I am processing to leave. I believe my supporters across the world will be moved by this development and I am looking forward to a day I will meet Mr Mulli,” said Jaytomson as quoted by the paper.

Jaytomson, 29, has topped music charts on UK’s One Afro Radio and Insango Radio of Rwanda for years and he is currently a brand ambassador for Kibbah Cloth Group Company of South Africa and Ghana.

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