Zathu Band honors season 5 Grand Competition winner

Zathu Band on Friday performed their biggest hits at Mpalare Community Day Secondary School in Dedza to celebrate Zathu Pa Wailesi Season 5’s grand competition winner.

Violet Phiri form four student at Mpalire CDSS emerged winner of competition.
Zathu band performing
Violet Phiri, a 17 year old, form four student at Mpalire CDSS emerged the winner of the
competition.
Besides the performance, Violet also had a chance to invite her friends, family and the community enjoyed an  interactive afternoon with the Zathu Band and Zathu Pa Wailesi’s radio presenters, C-Zee and DJ Goxy.
Speaking to Nyasa Times, Violet known to her friends as “VP” described the event as the best ever.
“This is the best event this year and I cant believe that Zathu Band will be came to my school to perform because of me”, said Violet, who belongs to one of the youth clubs that listen to Zathu pa Wailesi in Dedza.
In his remarks, Mpalare CDSS Headteacher Amos Livila said he was proud of Violet for her achievement.
“I am proud that I have potential students who are ready to go into the world and perform,” Livila said.
The Zathu Season 5 competition ran for 9 weeks on the popular youth radio show and attracted more than 5649 entries from young people across the country.
60 young people across Malawi, won Zathu branded merchandise including T-Shirts, bandanas and wristbands.
The questions were based around storylines from Zathu drama, and listeners were encouraged to give their ideas and opinions on the big moments from Season 5, including T-Reel’s departure and Chikondi’s  relationship dilemma.

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Mozaya
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