Music icon, Lucius Banda, kept patrons on their dancing floor in Mangochi during the Chishango Music Bash.
Chishango Music Bash continue to attract thousands of Malawians during the PSI’s national tour in a bid to promote the consistent use of condoms amongst sexually active young people.
During the function, in Mangochi and Salima Lucius Banda kept patrons on their toes dancing to the beautiful jive of the music legendary courtesy of PSI.
PSI’s Communications Coordinator, Kelvin Shema, said that they were conducting these shows to interact with young people and remind them on the importance of good health in order to achieve their goals.
He further said that these shows had been organized to reinforce the use of Chishango amongst sexually active young people, bringing health- entertainment to young people as well as engaging with PSI’s target audience.
During the function one of the patron, Vincent Jailosi,from Mangochi, explained that, the coming of PSI was timely intervention, considering that the district remains to have high HIV prevalence rate and the district’s population continues to skyrocketing.
Malawi’s population is largely young people and it has been highlighted that initiatives targeting young people are core to winning the battle against HIV/AIDS.
Recently there have been similar activities targeting young people but so far, PSI’s Music Bash Shows have managed to bring together thousands of young people in a bid to sensitize them on the use of
Shema said similar shows are expected to take place in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Kasungu where the Black Missionaries will be performing.