BY KENNETH NYANGANI
Watsomba — a growth point 42km north of Mutare — is the place to be on Friday when local businessman Lovemore Mwandimutsira hosts two of the most sought-after musicians in the land in Jah Prayzah and Jah Signal at his refurbished Mandel Night Club.
The musicians are expected to spice up Mwandimutsira’s 40th birthday celebrations.
Mwandimutsira is basking in the glory of scooping the Rural Businessperson of the Year second runner-up award organised by the Zimbabwe National Chamber of
Jay Prayzah’s publicity manager Keen Mashapaidze confirmed the show to Standard Style.
“I am told people in Watsomba are looking forward to the show. We have been performing in Mutare on many occasions where we have enjoyed good support and now
we are going to perform a few kilometres away.”
“We are ready for the show on September 6 and we are urge our fans to come in their numbers and be part of the event.”
Fans will be treated to Jah Prayzah’s hits such as Dangerous, Hakata and Chengetedza, among others.
Jah Signal, born Nicodemus Mutize, has never disappointed when it comes to live shows and is expected to entertain the crowd with songs such as Mubako,
Yekedero and Stonyeni.
Mwandimutsira said he would also host popular DJs from in and around Mutare.
“Preparations are now at an advanced stage and l am happy that we have managed to finish the renovations on time,” he said.
“We can accommodate about 2 500 people and we have tight security. l promise you lots of excitement.
“We have also hired DJs from Mutare to augment the musicians and make this a dream show.”