Gospel musicians entertain youth in Mzuzu

By Hope Banda:

Two of the renowned gospel musicians in the country, Suffix and Beracah performed a free show on Monday in Mzuzu City.

The free concert dubbed ‘Mzuzu City Ignite Concert’ was held at Word Alive Church in the city.

Using their talents, the two artists played different genres of music such as hip-hop, RnB, dancehall and Afro spiced by poetry and dance.

“It is always a pleasure to interact with the young people of Mzuzu. Many thanks to Word Alive Church for organising this concert and I hope they will make it an annual event. Personally, I am planning to hold a concert here in Mzuzu shortly,” Suffix said.

There were several supporting artists from the city such as, Yona Mlakatuli, Cumulus, Sibhusiso, Imran, G-Quid, GOV, Servant Aaron, Busie, DPT, E-Star, and many more.

“I am happy to be here, it was an amazing experience for me. I am glad that people have received Christ, because that is what matters,” Beracah said.

Suffix performed some of his famous songs like Ndikanakhala Judge, Ghetto ndi Nyatwa, Ndizichita while Beracah performed Chifupi Nanu, Anyway, Mbembembe, Lawyer and many more.

Manager for the two artists, Dali Mizaya said he was pleased with the performance of the artists and also thanked Word Alive Church for giving the two artists a platform.

One of the organisers of the concert, Pastor Aggrey Phiri said the church organised the free concert so that young people can glorify God through entertainment.

 “I am excited that Mzuzu showed up in large numbers and many received Christ despite the concert being held at short notice. I also thank all the supporting artists and I want to assure young people in Mzuzu that we will be organising such concerts in 2022.” Phiri said.

One of the patrons, Bridget Monjeza said she did not expect that someone would organise a free concert with such big names as Suffix and Beracah and hailed the organisers and artists for the good time she had.

“Honestly, I had one of the best times of my life. I am looking forward to more concerts here in Mzuzu.” Monjeza said.

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