Malawian musicians are whack and we have documents to prove that. Check in the visitors’ book of the Republic of Malawi, you will find a signature of one 22-year-old Omo baba lawo (son of a rich man), who flew all the way to plant two trees. We could not find our own worth to even touch the seedlings of the trees?
Being welcomed by groupies that were supposed to be organisers, the Nigerian artist could not escape from boredom during the first night. That is the kind of boredom that makes one run from paying bills for a hotel room. Amene sanathaweko ndi bilu penapake ayambe kumugenda S’kelewu.
With the floods that ravaged the country, Malawians were left homeless, taking away their property and even their loved ones. Malawian artists decided to raise funds towards their brothers and sisters who were displaced by the floods. But attendance of some shows was dominated by organisers, ending up in losses. Their effort is much appreciated.
M Cinema and Go Green decided to have a long-term solution by spending tens of millions to bring a Nigerian artist to plant two trees. That’s one expensive forestry expert! And become an ambassador of an organisation in country he cares nothing about. He even posted how boring the place is.
Given to a Malawian artist, this money could have pushed one musician to become an ambassador of his own country. Make this country known better than the country Madonna’s adopted. Yes I mean that 50 plus-year-old ambassador who parades in public with a bare derriere! So, we have two ambassadors that are not actually Malawian but represent us. The message we sent to the world is our musicians are whack. Thanks to the first lady.
On another note: Bravo Times TV for Ka Jive. It is the best local thing that I have watched on TV so far.