The Organized Family, from Zambia to perform  

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-In a bid to support children and youth with inequalities in the country, Angels Across Africa a charitable organization currently working with over 40 children in Chisusu Village, Traditional Authority (T.A) Chitukula in Lilongwe district, has organized a charity music concert dubbed Celebrate Africa aimed at raising funds for the charitable activities being undertaken in the country.


Angels Across Africa aims to build an Eco sustainable youth hub in Malawi where creative opportunities will be created for the youths and children in highlighted communities


The concert which is slated for 2nd March 2019 will be packed with artists from both within and outside Malawi.


Some of the local artists billed to perform are Sir Lucius Banda, Lulu, Sam Simakweli, Nepman, Wendy Harawa and Kell Kay. Whilst from abroad the concert has invited Ammara Brown, Discord and Roki from Zimbabwe as well as The Organized Family, from Zambia just to mention a few.


One of the members of the organizing committee responsible for media, Francesco John Mpambe Jr said preparations for the concert are at an advanced stage and have asked well wishers to help wherever possible.


“As at now we have confirmed with all artists performing on the day of their presence and we expect the bring out people of all walks of life for the good cause. Currently we are asking well wishers to help us with sponsorship opportunities either in cash donations or in kind to reach our goal,” he said.

Malaika to headline the concert

The concert will take place at Civo stadium in the capital Lilongwe and charges are K8,000 advance tickets and K10,000 at the door. Currently the tickets are available at Mbowe filling station, Area 18 Pumq filling station, Jacaranda Liquor shop (Bwandilo), City Centre Puma filling station and Acres Gateway Mall.


Angels Across Africa is a brainchild of a Malawian born but England based singer and philanthropist Sheilla Mkhumba popularly known as Malaika.


The organization is currently working on projects in Malawi and Zimbabwe.